The Jalopy Journal
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Rusty, I like quite a few styles. Yours has grown to be my favorite.
I so look forward to your posts. I really do like your style.
I like your style!
Rusty, I like your style. Always look forward to your posts.
Most of this weeks art I like as is true other Fridays. However, Rusty, your style always grabs my attention. I can hardly wait for your post....
Ron, I have been following the FAS since its start. I have viewed your posts. I have noticed a great(at least in my opinion) improvement of the...
Always enjoy your contributions.
I am liking this!
Just right start.
Very nice! So realistic, difficult to tell from 1:1.
I, for one, would like to see them. Post them if you will.
Someone should build a Bird like this.
Taking this to the next level.
Some serious work going on here.
Looks like one we would have had when I was 16, a LOOOOOONG time ago
Racing against time. Is quite a bit different than I am sued to seeing from
GaryC. Very nicely done, even the speed and motion lines.
If I were building a '32 Ford, it would look just like your first sketch. Love those Continentals.
Message Norwell and ask him why?
I can relate to this...
To merely hit the "like" button does not say it well. very nicely done on both models.
Local guy(may be on HAMB) name of Jerry Dillenger has/had a Tarus wagon with Stude front and Lark rear . Your makes me think of Jerry's car
Taken at a Hamb drags Asbury, Mo.
With out a doubt, the best job of weathering I have seen.
Truly nice detailing. Great execution of the theme. Beautiful, just beautiful.
Old Coyote, if it is a Rat Trap, why does it have a mouse engine?
Although I post infrequently, I enjoyed the new thread each week.
I would like to see the same title used each week without much deviation.
Dan, great pic of Hub's Buick. That old car has been around a while.
Some serious modeling skills displayed herein.
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