bullet riddled caddy

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this is a franklin mint 1/24th scale 1930 caddy sedan. it was made to resemble a long abandoned car on an old farm that has been used as target practice by the locals.it has over 200 bullet holes. all of the glass is real glass that i laminated. glass bulbs in headlights and tailight. about as ugly as they get.

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Love it, the pictures are wonderful too. Lots of details in each of those scenes to look at.

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I think I took a few Shots at that my self in a field out near Lake hopatcong. NJ :D Great build Manny I hope your going to make it to NNL EAST and if you do bring that with you for the Diorama catagory :)

Edited by Dave Wood

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Sweet!

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Ouch! Those are gonna leave marks!

Good job.

B)

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Glad the bullet holes came from potshots and not "a la" Bonnie & Clyde :lol: great job, looks very convincing!

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Everybody know I don't do UNshiny :( , but that Caddy and dio are fabulous.

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Very realistic, I like it a lot.

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NICE!

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Very well done!! some one was using a large caliber, which is my fave cuz I hate to shoot twice at something!!

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Great Diorama! Great detailing, and weathering!

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If that were a few decades newer it would match a few we found out here in the desert.

Good job.

G

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If that were a few decades newer it would match a few we found out here in the desert.

Good job.

G

With or without trunk "residents" or does it really matter?

:mellow:

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That is just sooooo slick man...

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Very nice

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Very cool. You do nice work. I like how you also use a picture for the background settings.

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With or without trunk "residents" or does it really matter?

:mellow:

Doesn't really matter. If "occupied", by the time they are located it's like King Tuts tomb.

B)

Now Lake Mead, with the falling water levels, is another story.

:o

G

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That looks really good... very interesting and different. I must admit, when I saw the picture my first thought was "so that's where Bonnie and Clyde's ride got to..."

bestest,

M.

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Doesn't really matter. If "occupied", by the time they are located it's like King Tuts tomb.

B)

Now Lake Mead, with the falling water levels, is another story.

:o

G

Yeah. I can't wait til the water level drops enough to expose all the "stolen" cars and trucks of my clients ... business will get really busy!

:)

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;)

A couple more feet and I will be back in Homicide...........................

G

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Vary cool manny

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thanks for all the compliments guys. glad you liked this one.

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This is amazing, Manny!

I'm gonna have to take some tips from you on bullet holes in the glass and body. I can do 'em, I just have a little trouble gettin' 'em right!

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B)

Nice one

Thank You for sharing

Later

Russ

;)

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