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    Jeff Herrman

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  1. Dang, I used to have that book in my collection. Haven't seen it in a while, might still be in the pile in the basement. Not sure if that's the same one or not, but the leather cover with the embossing looks the same if memory serves me correct. It is an awesome book for period photos. Now I'm going to have to go digging. Jeff
  2. I saw an old roots style supercharger case which held a carburetor inside instead of the rotors. Looked like it was factory made, not some hobbled up backyard creation. I guess you would then put an injector hat on top to complete the disguise. I thought it was pretty cool. You wouldn't have the power of a blown engine, but then, you wouldn't have the expense of a full working blower, nor need the beefed up engine or drivetrain to go with it. A poor mans blown engine look I guess. I saw it at the York PA streetrod show flea market years ago. Wish I would have bought it. Jeff
  3. Great looking rig. Looks just right for a weekend in the mountains. I thought about doing one of these conversions too someday. I'm glad you proved it could be done. Really cool build. Jeff
  4. Cool Bronco. A whole lotta custom work went into that. Just right for the trail. Jeff
  5. Good looking Brat. I like the color choice. The engine bay looks great. Jeff
  6. Great looking Jeep. That blue really snaps out. Looks too good to take on the trail. But with all of that extra gear you built into it, I wouldn't be afraid to take it wheelin on the trail. Nice job. Jeff
  7. Very nice build. Sometimes its more fun building from glue bombs and parts box parts then from virgin kits. Your Jeep looks great. Nice combo of parts. Hmm, wonder what I can build from my Jeep box?🤔 Jeff
  8. As I replied in your semi truck thread, just beautiful! Love all of your Scouts! What hubcaps did you use for the stock Scout with the roof rack? I'm trying to find something close for a build of my Scout in it's early days. They look very close to the factory hubcaps. Very nice. If I ever get around to my car hauler project, I'm going to add a scratch built top for the SS version, as I believe they would have been delivered that way. But still, every Scout you built looks like a show winner. Congratulations, well done. Jeff
  9. AAARRRRRGGGGHHHH! You beat me to it! I was working on the same thing. Only, I'm still in the gathering of kits phase. Wow, that looks amazing! Great job on this build. I love the window stickers. Beautiful. Now, I don't know if I'm motivated to get my build going, or depressed someone else was thinking the same way as me, but beat me to it. I'm glad you finished yours, I'll probably take 5 years to finish mine, lol. Jeff
  10. YES!!! YES!!! YES!!! I've been waiting for Round2 to reissue the stock offerings for tooooooo long now, especially with the vintage style box art. Looks like I'll have to order a case now. Gotta have a few for some projects I've been dreaming up. Would love to see the style of stripes in decal form that my Scout came with from the factory. I've never seen this style offered in model form before. Time to make a model of my Scout when it was factory fresh. Now, just need to find some hubcaps that look close to the stock ones. Jeff
  11. Great Jeep build. Those flotation devices look suspiciously like fuel cans from nascar kits, lol. Very realistic detail you built into it. You took a bland kit and made it very cool. Jeff
  12. That turned out great. Beautiful paint and color choice. The stance looks just right. Great detail work. Jeff
  13. Wow that came out great! I was following your wip thread and hoping it turned out good. You hit a home run with it. Looks like a Jeep I'd like to drive in real life. Great build, Jeff
  14. Great looking Jeep. Looks just like the real one. What a great gift. Jeff
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