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Everything posted by jerseyjunker1

  1. no skirts for sure. that's a great looking model. i love it
  2. i am in the finishing stages of turning these 12 first gear 1/25 scale diecast Christmas series pick up trucks from speedway gas stations into a series of junkers. i have one complete that i am going to put on ebay soon. the rest will be done basically the same with some differences like paint color dent and rust locations and accessories. most i will most likely take to car shows to sell there. i have a number thirteen truck that is going to be done a little different that will go into my junkyard display. i will include the work done to these trucks in the ebay description when i list it. t
  3. another cool looking truck geno. again would have loved it if they did some in 1/24
  4. no space inside!! park it in the driveway. they are nicely done trucks. i only wish they had done some in 1/24
  5. i gotta get one of these. i had a 1:1 of this car red in color in the early 70s.
  6. these are nice i modified mine a little.
  7. yea!! we can only hope there is some kind of a resurgence in the mints.
  8. and i had the ambulance nearby i took a few pictures next to it that are a little more clear than the ones i posted when i finished it.
  9. here are the rest of the 1959 Pontiac Bonneville barn find pictures.
  10. awhile ago i posted a few pictures of the sunstar 1/18 scale 1959 Pontiac Bonneville all apart. well its done now as a barn find car needing restoration. i accidentally sat on the windshield and cracked it most would freak out after doing that but for me it's an improvement and looks good. bunch of pictures so i will split into two parts.hope some like it.
  12. great job. anytime you have to cut up a diecast model you will have to solve a lot of issues. i have done a few of them and everyone is a challenge. when i did the 1/24th scale bonnie and clyde car i had to use 2 diecast models and 1 resin model in order to get it to look right. so i know how hard it is to do. again great job.
  13. i haven't been able to post in awhile so i am posting a few i you have not seen yet. this one is a 1/18 ertle 1967 chevelle ss 396 barn find
  14. this is a great conversion. it just keeps looking better as you go. some people may not realize how difficult it is to do this. i had to convert a 25th scale 1962 Cadillac promo model from a hardtop into a convertible and it was no simple thing. so great job on the olds. i love it
  15. i don't think i posted this but then i can't remember what i had for breakfast either. i did this model for one of the guys at a local car show who had one wrecked like this in this color scheme. it is 1/18 scale. when i got the car the grill was already damaged so i had to piece it together.
  16. great job on the paint mix. car looks outstanding.
  17. i may have a franklin mint 1932 coupe i will look first chance i get. after this winter things are a mess in the shed. i did a junker many years ago of one of them.
  18. fantastic job. your daughter is a very cute girl and it looks like she really loves that car. you did a super great job of making it look just like hers. she will likely treasure this for life.
  19. what scale are you looking form
  20. i made this one to resemble an abandoned ambulance from the town i reside in. when totally finished it will have a scenery base. it's 1/18 scale.
  21. $10.00 you stole it. you better hope it doesn't have lo-jack
  22. good save!! you gotta love a coupe
  23. great model of a great car. i guess that sometimes if a certain vehicle you want is only available in a different scale or color or is functional or sealed you can get it and display it in a different way so that they look right
  24. great work on the water dispenser and cooler. i am getting mine today. thanks for sharing the info.
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