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A quick look around my scale junkyard.

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Some shots of my scale junkyard. All the models were built from previously built gluebombs or parts cars I had lying around. The "yard" was built from a

piece of 1/4 inch plywood, and I used railroad turf and ballast for ground.

AMT 57 Chevy, This was a started built up with terrible paint, so I made it into a junk gasser.

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This was the shell of an old AMT monster truck. Pieced together with stuff from the parts box.

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I bought this 69 Dart as an unpainted built up at a local fleamarket for .50 cents, it was missing the back bumper, but the 383 was in it and not screwed up, so I kept that. I put a junk 318 from a van in it. I made the tarp to cover up the missing parts on the back end.

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Another parts box queen, Monogram 70 GTX, this one was painted to represent faded super blue paint, I added a vynl top with masking tape, and opended the door area, and hinged the door to hang open.

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Revell '63 Chevy, This was missing the trunk lid and engine when I got it, I added a 283 engine from an AMT '57 Chevy, and filled the trunk area with various junk.

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Another shot of the GTX, you can see the hood hinges in this one, I think they came from an AMT superbee, but I don't remember for sure.

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This is a good, convincing scene.

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I'll second that.

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WOW! :shock: ......What else needs to be said.

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Thats great...the '63 chevy looks pretty real to me...

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Wow! Nice work! :shock:

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Wow, that is some really nice work and i like the junkyard theme also.

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