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Dr. Cranky

SHOW US YOUR STYRENE GLORY IN PRIMER!

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I want to thank Darin B for posting this picture over in FB and the RAT FINK for the vision and wisdom, always:

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I hope this is another inspirational thread where everyone will feel free to share their work in progress but ONLY in PRIMER.

Yes, show us your WIPs in PRIMER.

Thank you.

Edited by Dr. Cranky

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What a great idea! Especially because I never seem to get past the primer stage. Almost all the creative work is done by then (I've never done other than a single color), and a new slice-and-dice custom becomes irresistible.

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Gerald, I hope we are not the only ones who love styrene in primer. I've always loved watching the primer tables at the shows. Primer IS that blank canvas that feeds the imagination. Of course, the other is naked styrene, but there's something exciting about PRIMER, right?

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Here's one that I still remember very fondly:

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" cars always look good in primer because they still have potential " that is sooooo true . the only thing I have near the bench at the moment that has primer on it is this ...

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Very nice, thank you Bill.

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Bob, some great body mods on those wagons.

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Somebody likes long roofs. That" Nova Nomad" is a very cool idea. I would love to see it when it's finished.

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Some of us love primer even as a finished product. It seems every time I go to a car show I much more attracted to the primer jobs whether its a WIP or finished product.

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Here's one I actually finished later.....hard to believe, I know.

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Neat Topic..thanks Doc.

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53-54 Chevy Phantom

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56 Ford

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59 El Camino

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my latest...29 Ford RPU

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Joker

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Man, they all look good, bit I LOVE that Pontiac wagon. Every line on that thing is just right.

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Nice eye candy, keep it coming!

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i should have some primer progress in a little while buddy.......

bryan

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Cool, I look forward to it.

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Did you scratch-build those pipes?

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Did you scratch-build those pipes?

yessir, solder and heat shrink.

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here's two that can't seem to get past the primer life...

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