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Adventures in soldering:Hot Rod Wrecker Project Update 2/1/15

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well Randy, I will be sending you a list of things I need made, so you might as well set aside some time, your gonna need it! fabulous my friend!!

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Very nice detail on the engine...beautiful set of hedders.

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so much details !!! at this point i already have shown people (non modelbuilders) this entire thread from start to the last page ..

and like said they dont build models or .. but they kept looking and stayed focussed on the screen from start to finish ..

so yes the craftmenship just ouzes of the screen lol

i myself got so much inspiration of your builds like the mill and other stuff ... this is no exeption .... you convinced me to start working with brass in the future !!

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sediment bowl and real muffler clamps????...this build has warped my fragile little mind :D

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This is just incredible. I always wait impatiently for the next update. As has been mentioned before, please consider not painting it, it looks so amazing the way it is! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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You know, you're gonna' have vapor lock problems with that fuel line routed the way you.... Oh, wait. It's a model... never mind. (It is a model, right ? You're not just foolin with us?)

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Não tenho palavras.
Parabéns
Aguardo ansioso por novas imagens
I have no words
Congratulations
I look forward to new images
Edited by FrancoZanella

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This is truly stunning work Ray. I am lost for words.

This is actually a build of Randy D and not Ray. Ray reposted a picture that Randy D had originally posted.

I concur Dr., one of the best threads on here.

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Randy, You've heard this a thousand times already, but this is truly incredicle... mind-blowingly incredible work. Hearing it a few more times won't hurt ya I don't think! I'm pretty sure your name sounds familiar to me because I may have seen some of your 1/35 scale work before. Maybe on Missing-lynx, armorama.... one of those. I want to say it was maybe an M2 heavily brassed up and detailed out... Could be wrong about the vehicle, but pretty sure it was you. If so, I'm not at all surprised that you can do this on a car model. Your 1/35 work was just as awe inspiring. Anyways, hope to see this one all the way through to the end!

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Randy, You've heard this a thousand times already, but this is truly incredicle... mind-blowingly incredible work. Hearing it a few more times won't hurt ya I don't think! I'm pretty sure your name sounds familiar to me because I may have seen some of your 1/35 scale work before. Maybe on Missing-lynx, armorama.... one of those. I want to say it was maybe an M2 heavily brassed up and detailed out... Could be wrong about the vehicle, but pretty sure it was you. If so, I'm not at all surprised that you can do this on a car model. Your 1/35 work was just as awe inspiring. Anyways, hope to see this one all the way through to the end!

I search on the topic, could it have been a Bronco's 1/35 AA Staghound?

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That sounds very familiar. I think that's it but I really want to say I have seen a couple/few more of his . But yes, that Staghound is the main one I was thinking of.

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