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Dan Hay

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    Fort Worth, TX
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    Dan Hay

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  1. This just followed me home. Really solid car, zero rust, old paint job shines nice. Rare 40 Olds bumpers. SBC hooked to the 39 box and banjo. It has a dropped spring in front with stock spring in back and stock front axle. Plans are to lower it with a dropped axle and lowering spring in the rear. Also add front and rear sway bars so it doesn’t feel like it’s going to flip over in turns. Very reliable driver with some things that need tinkering. It’ll be a fun cruiser for me and the family. It came with AC that needs to be installed. It had full wheel covers that the PO kept, so I need to figu
  2. Take it from this hack, BMF is very forgiving. You can do it.
  3. This thing is killer! And, I love the curbside chassis. My cars are all shelf-queens and I never enter contests so I'm not interested in detailing the undersides.
  4. Amazing! Lots of great detail. There are other peripheral cars you could build now, like Cooter's Camaro, and "Black Tilly" Jesse's shine runner.
  5. AMT 49 kit mild custom with the Sombreros and Desoto grille from the Revell kit. Flush mounted skirts and tail lights in the bumper guards, nosed/decked door handles removed. Tamiya paint + clear.
  6. This is a natural conversion of any hardtop because a hardtop is essentially a convertible with a non removable roof. It looks great!
  7. Man that is one right on Tudor! You nailed the proportions and look.
  8. I've been on a vintage stock car kick lately. The latest is this Johnny Rutherford Smokey Yunick prepared 63 Chevy. Tamiya paint with wet look clear, color sanded and rubbed with 3M Perfect-it. Others pictured are Junior Johnson's 63 Chevy, Fireball Roberts 62 Pontiac, and Buck Baker's 57 Chevy. There are threads posted for the 62 Pontiac and 57 Chevy if you want more details. Thanks for looking!
  9. Are the extra markings on the tires decals as well? Is the window net scratch built? Very nice build!
  10. That's a good lookin' little Model A! the proportions are spot on.
  11. Really nice build! The pipes drilled out look really good!
  12. And, finished! Turned out really nice.
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