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  1. I stopped in my local Hobbytown Friday, they had the Revell paint stocked up in a shiny new rack. I picked up a couple tins and a can of Steel acrylic spray bomb. I'll give it the spoon test next time I get out the airbrush. I wonder if it's relabeled Humbrol paint. Can't wait to try it.
  2. Maybe you could try scotch-bright scuffing pads like they use on 1:1 cars. It should knock the nubs off the rivets without grinding them away. Just a thought.
  3. You could contact Scalefinishes, they would know if its metallic. The Lincoln Mark III was the best looking of all the Marks, its my favorite anyway. Too bad this was never kitted.
  4. That's in great shape especially for a midwest car. I had an 86 G.M several years back, my sister found it at a garage sale, they were giving it away. The motor was blown, but car was in great shape otherwise, except the vinyl top looked like alligator skin. So a used motor and new top and I had a nice cruiser.
  5. Very nice. This is the best looking F250 conversion I have seen here, you got the front axle centered in the wheel opening. Makes a big difference. Weathering looks nice. You might want to get a bungee cord over that battery so it won't end up in the fan😁
  6. Looks great. I have one of these in the pile, gonna build it one of these days, or maybe years....
  7. Too cool. I never woulda thought of building one of these. Very unique subject, I remember seeing these searchlights all over back in the 60s and 70s. Superb job all around.
  8. Yep. Bad weekend around Denver. The view out my back door. There is a patio somewhere there. I mounted a yardstick on the picnic table yesterday. Gonna take this a bit to melt.
  9. That looks nice. Maybe you could fill it with lead and make it weigh a scale 500 pounds haha. They were unreal heavy.
  10. I'm with you on the Camaro tail lights. And the wagon wheels/no profile tires on a muscle car don't make it. Guess I'm old school not to mention just plain gettin' old.
  11. Great job there. One of these days I'll get up the nerve to try a resin build.
  12. Great job. Captured that used but not abused look. There is nothing cooler than an old Ford truck.
  13. Looks nice. I never knew there was a 70 Torino pace car.
  14. Great job. Looks factory fresh. The 57 Ford is one of my favorite cars, would love to have a 1:1 of these in the garage.
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