1-8 scale 69 camaro pro mod (mike hill's car)

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I'll be following this one Dave. I really like your builds and pic's. :wub:

Love the amount of detail and eye for it you put in your builds.

Keep the updates coming...

Mark

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Oh man..... this is going to be another mouth watering project that I will be forever coming back to!

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Glad to see you up to something Dave the transmission is ,,,,,,, I cant think of a word to descrbe it,, I'm gonna tell Mike the next time I see him to follow this masterpiece of his new car... He would love it....

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The Lenco Bruno looks good! I love Mike Hills new car its very clean and the detail is awesome. I cant wait to see how yours turns out.

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Dave... I am looking forward to watching this build come to life, you are already knocing it out of the park with the transmission. I will be following this build til the end. keep up the great work and look forward to your updates.

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And were off, Man i can't wait to see this build. Trans looks great Dave.

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This is going to be really interesting. Your latest Camaro build was amazing, and I can't wait to see more of this. Lenco looks very good to me, but actually it's so realistic, that I'm not sure if it's 1:1 scale. :lol:

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Looking forward to watching this one. Mike's new car is beautiful. Doug and the rest of the Precision Chassis crew did an amazing job on the 1:1 and I'm sure your scale version will be just as amazing!

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1/8 scale is almost like working in 1:1 but a whole lot less expensive!!

;)

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Dave if anyone can do this car it is you. I will be watching and learning from this build, thanks for sharing.

Mike

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Anytime I'm on this site and I see 69 Camaro and / or comp 1839 I'm ALL eyes "QQ". I'll be watching in great awe as the Master builds another replica of a beautiful car.

Marty

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STOP!!!!!! Dave your killing us. lol No great start for a great build. You know i'll be looking brother.

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Dave as always it beautiful , I'll be following this one.

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This is going to be another masterpiece and a tour of force in craftmanship, cant wait to see more!

Fred

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Man Dave, That thing is gonna be amazing, Any chance the body will be offered in 1/16th in the future or is it gonna be a 1 off?

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Very very cool!

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Man Dave, That thing is gonna be amazing, Any chance the body will be offered in 1/16th in the future or is it gonna be a 1 off?

At one point it was mentioned it was going to be available. But not sure in what scale or if it was this specific body. It looks awesome even at this stage.

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Dave that is just some awesome work on the center section of the rear end. I have to ask what CAD program are you using to draw the 3D model of the Camaro in as well as your parts?? It looks awesome

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Ah Dave......I've been dreading this moment................................... :unsure:

Nah, kiddin' of course. :D

Man, I'd been secretly hoping (wishing) you would start a WIP on this soon man. B)

Mike's car is one serious piece of machinery, and I just know........you're gonna nail this. B):wub:

The Bruno looks the goods already, and the body art sure shows lotsa promise.

Keep us posted mate.

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I really Admire the time and effort you put into it Dave, you and the other guys do great work. Just wanna say thanks to you and all involved for you hard work to make great model parts.

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another work of art , abrewing. i really would like to this buid in person

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The work is so good Dave you know me enjoy. Thanks

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WOW it is going to look great Dave and Tim and Dan. Will be watching very close.

Mike

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Dave that is really awesome. Thank you for taking the time to explain that to me. I think its very nice that you want to give back to the modeling community like that. I know I have some items on my wish list from TDR, I just need to place my order on them. One of the other reasons I was asking what CAD program you were using was because I have a 3D CAD program I use. It's what I used to draw up some parts that I had Jim (Micro Nitro) Machine for me. I was thinking I would maybe talk to Tim and see what File types they typically use or would need for these SLA rapid prototype parts. I was thinking about drawing up some stuff, if they think they could possibly sell it and have them make it, then he can offere it to everyone. I haven't had much time to do it but I also have a couple of one off items I was debating to see what it would cost to have him make versus trying to scratch build it something as well. Thanks again Dave for all of your help.

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