The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Jan 27, 2008.
Some of the models that were made had some awesome art on them.....post some if you have them.
What a neat thread! .. I still have mine somewhere packed away.. The monogram Yellow Jacket roadster is pretty cool...
Take a look at this model art..............on the table and in the arena...............totally breath taking...................
A few more from my collection
Wow those are cool!
For Mr. Moriarity
WHOA!!! That is AWESOME!! What about the Mark of the Devil puke bag?
Awesome pictures of an awesome collection .
I have been a 1:24/1:25 model builder most my life.
Here's a few from Tom Daniels.
And a few more from Mr.Daniels.
Wow, This Stuff Brings Back Alot Of Old Times. Staying Up All Night Waiting For The Paint To Dry, So I Could Glue The Next Group Of Parts Together. Bitchen Stuff!!!!
Last year I purchased 19 original paintings from an old art director of Aurora model company. I had to buy all of them, or none. I was leaning towards none, but they are just too damn cool.....plus he was having some finacial difficulties. They are all airplane profiles for the sides of the box. Amazing detail. Crazy planes. Maybe someone like Django ill know wat they are. All painted by John Amendola (sp?), who I have been told is pretty big time. I'm s f'n beat from the GNRS. Hands down the most exhasuting show I've ever vended at. That said, I will try and snap some pics tomorrow and post.
one of my faves.
Two of my favorites. The 54 sedan delivery model is why I always liked that straight axle look,and I tried to replicate every model to look like that when I was younger...and the 72 Impala (on Ebay now)...for that street freak look that I would see every now and then on the streets of Chicago (but never remember seeing an Impala) usually Chevelles and GTO's.
The early 60's Aurora box art is brilliant.
A couple more:
Man that is awesome....you have some rare ones. Skip
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