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About StevenGuthmiller

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  • Birthday 11/27/1962

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    Hawley Minnesota
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    Steven Wade Guthmiller

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  1. I think I'm good. I always try to sand the C-pillar trim down to about the same thickness as the drip rail trim. Steve
  2. Thanks guys! I think I've finished up the vinyl top work. Installed the chrome strips on the C-pillars and the roof seams using 0.01 x 0.03 evergreen strip. This time I decided to fill the roof side of the seam strips to make them look a little more correct. Steve
  3. Thanks Kevin. It will finally give me the opportunity to fully show off one of my rebuilt interiors. By the way, the Plymouth "Chestnut" will most likely be used on an old Johan "flat box" '64 Fury I would like to get going on at some point. Steve
  4. I’ve always wanted to do a ‘57 Chevy in this color, so I’m saving it for a future Revell ‘57 Chevy convertible build. I figure at some point I’m going to want a break from these time consuming vintage revamping projects that I’ve been doing a lot of lately. A simple modern kit build might be refreshing at some point. But I’m already planning on my next project being a complete rework of an AMT ‘64 Bonneville convertible. That’s what the Pontiac Turquoise is for. 😊 Steve
  5. Another bunch of MCW paint. 1957 Chevy "Sierra Gold". 1964 Plymouth "Chestnut". 1964 Pontiac "Turquoise". And 1967 Mopar "Gold", which I'll be using for my '68 Coronet project. Also bought a jar of vinyl top texture paint to try out. Steve
  6. Yes, I ground out what I could from the backside with a Dremel tool and then finished with some scraping with a flat X-acto blade, sand paper and sanding sticks. Steve
  7. I spent way more time today than I expected opening up the cowl vents!! Steve
  8. “Best Model Car Parts” makes a fairly large variety of very nice gauge face decals for many makes and models of vehicles, from modern kits to some obsolete vintage kits. Steve
  9. This short video shows how quickly your model can go from being displayed with the hood closed, and then open, and back to closed again with the addition of mini magnets. Actually I'm just kind of enjoying making videos! Steve
  10. I have a line on getting a few cartridge labels printed. Steve
  11. 8-track tape? I'm not sure, but it doesn't look quite right. Maybe a little narrower? Steve
  12. I don't know whether I should thank you or curse you John!! Steve
  13. Call it a weakness of mine. It seems like any time someone makes a suggestion like this, pictures begin flashing through my head of possible ways to accomplish the task, and suddenly, like a scratch that needs itching, I find myself sitting at the bench working it out. It's really a happy affliction, but it does have a tendency to distract me from the work that I should be concentrating on. Oh well. It didn't take too long. Here is the finished player. Making a couple of tapes to throw on the seat should be pretty easy........that is if I knew someon
  14. Fabulous Bob!!! Just goes to show that there are really no limits when it comes to things like this. If you can scratch build an interior for a '60 Dodge, the sky is the limit! Steve
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