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9/15/13 Model car Sundays.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by halfasskustoms, Sep 15, 2013.

  1. halfasskustoms
    Joined: Jan 28, 2011
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    Its that time again.....Lets post um up.
     
  2. scrubba
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    This is Monogram 's 1930 Packard speedster Boat tail . I'm told there was a Touring version also . I did this to be a part of a diorama which will be shown in Norfolk Virginia October 26th . The diorama is a model of the former Zeppelin Diner , see ya'all there !!!!!!!!! scrubba
     
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  3. halfasskustoms
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    Thats so nice. Love those boat tail cars.
     
  4. Tcab
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    This is a White cab over I started to Scratch build awhile back, I thick It is time to finish it. Enjoy
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  5. Pscott
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    Damn this thread was hard to find!
    Here's a AMT 58 Impala that I recently finished. I used all of the "custom" options in the kit, even when it looked kinda goofy.
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  6. Burgundy is Testors ('83 issue) and the blue is IMC / Union ('67ish issue).
    Both got the chop even tho they are convertibles.
    Testors got full fade aways and opened trunk.
    IMC got Caddy grill. I had painted the IMC a green color first then
    changed it to a blue hue.
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    James aka JoKer
     
  7. CRH
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    I started on this model LONG ago, and just pulled it out of the box. Still not close to done but it was inspiring to get it out.

    The little driveway/runway I made in junior high school for an airplane model. I was going to put the GTO on it with junk laying around, like a stalled project. The concrete squares aren't very driveway looking, though!

    It is cool to see the models posted on Sundays. I want to start on one again...someday.

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  8. halfasskustoms
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    Lookin good guys.
     
  9. 61 chevy
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    Not really plastic models, but here's two I am kind of proud of, both have nitro burning engines and the red one I built from scratch.
     

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  10. scrubba
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    Models aren't necessarily plastic . I build models using Brass, Fiberglass, lead soldier , paper and several other off the wall materials . The Midget racer looks great . scrubba
     
  11. Deuces
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    Great stuff guys......:)
     

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