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John Goschke

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    Philadelphia, PA, USA
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    John Goschke

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  1. Really crisp build! Looks perfect.
  2. Quantity and outstanding quality! You've achieved a rare combination!
  3. Outstanding build of a challenging kit! I really like your color combo! Built one myself when it was first reissued in the seventies using liberals applications of superglue and marijuana (it was the '70s!) These days, since I've gone straight, I use them for parts to restore AMT '59s.
  4. That is excellent! A kit that rarely gets built anymore, you've certainly done it justice!
  5. Great looking build! Looks very authentic, Excellent foil work on your part!
  6. Thanks, guys, for the all the comments! This build was a lot of fun. It took me back to a time when every car I built had to have skirts and if the kit came with a Continental kit, I had to put that on, too! My JoHan '61 Rambler American even had bubble skirts and a Connie kit!
  7. This was to be my entry for this year's cancelled NNL East in the Survivor Kustoms and Modern Recreations category. Finished this spring, the idea was to pay tribute to the early "3-in-1" Customizing Kits and all their accessories, and build it the way I'd have dreamed if I'd had the skills back then. It represents an East Coast-style custom, with the usual J.C. Whitney type of accessories including dummy spotlights, dual antennas, Continental spare tire kit with chrome bumper end extensions, Turnpike Cruiser-style fender skirts and Dodge Lancer-style wheelcovers. I also added a rear seat tonn
  8. The skirt rash isn't nearly as bad as I expected. Keep at it!
  9. As a kid who had visions of perfectly built Johan and AMT kits in my head, Palmers were the bane of my existence. This photo from Xmas, 1960, reveals my "joy" on receiving my first Palmer ("Gee, uh, thanks Gramma...), a '60 Olds ragtop, as I recall...
  10. Just got this clean example of the ever-lovely '61 Plymouth by JoHan!
  11. Nice! I always liked these flashy mid-'50s Studebakers!
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