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About Yahshu

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  • Birthday 07/25/1967

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  1. All fantastic builds. Here's mine, I might get them finished one day.
  2. Yep, you are now relying on CharlieBravo to get the dash finished & he has a mountain of reference material. I wish you all the best.
  3. There's this if you can find one http://cs.scaleautomag.com/sca/modeling_subjects/f/30/t/118398.aspx
  4. The movie studio is - MGM - Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Sorry to digress.
  5. Yahshu

    Xtreme Lee

    You've done a great job on a now iconic car. https://youtu.be/_a3_ZYvuhj0
  6. There's an Australian 1/43 scale that you maybe able to convert. https://www.ebay.com.au/c/1066411793 Or there's this, it's on the forum somewhere. https://youtu.be/0qOpGeazaN8
  7. Blower is wrong, rims are wrong, side pipes are wrong, roof spoiler is wrong, front air dam is missing lens, there looks to be a lot wrong. A lot cheaper than an Aoshima.
  8. Thought you folk on the other side of the planet might get a kick out of what we race in the TA2 series here in Oz & there's no one to "offend" over the confederate flag. http://ta2racingaustralia.com/ https://m.facebook.com/TA2Racing/
  9. Michelle's garage is at it again. A custom chop top Charger, very cool.
  10. You can't please all the people all of the time, you'd be lucky to please half the people half the time.
  11. Thanks for posting the pictures, it's nice to see what it looks like finished. He done an awesome job. Thank you to everyone else for your information, unfortunately I live in Oz so meeting the man is out of the question.
  12. Just noticed on my previous comment that I forgot to say what an excellent job you have done. Very cool.
  13. I'll have a 1:1 thanks, very cool.
  14. I remember many moons ago in the "other mag", a gentleman by the name of Larry Booth (I certainly hope that was his name & my apologies if it isn't) & a 67-8 fastback Mustang. I seem to remember that it had a aluminium? one piece front windscreen trim that he had hand made. I can remember? in the article saying people had been given him a "hard time" because of how long he was taking in building it. I never seen the Mustang finished, does anyone remember this gentleman & his Mustang?
  15. Practice makes perfect. We can do anything we put our minds to & I "believe" you can do an awesome job with patience. I look forward to seeing your results.
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