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Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by milo1303s, Mar 16, 2014.

  1. The steelies are killer!!! Did you paint the script? Tim
     
  2. Got some bumpers and lights for the '62 Fury from Modelhaus. Modelhaus used the Jo-Han kit for their masters but with some hacking on the rear panel and radiator support they will work. Progress so far:
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    Still trying to decide if I want to remove the emblems and center trim from the hood and decklid.
     
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  3. BONNEVILLE BOB 95
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    Thanx Tim. Glad you like the steel wheels. And yep, I painted the script on the caps. The guy you're lookin for that builds the 1/8th stuff may be on FB in the "Model Cars and Trucks" group. He's got their Banner pic this wk.
     
  4. Bob: The name modelking comes to mind, ring a bell?
     
  5. BONNEVILLE BOB 95
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    Sounds familiar Tim. Don't know when he posted last.
     
  6. philo426
    Joined: Sep 20, 2007
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    This one is from the fifties so it is correct! [​IMG]
     
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  7. milo1303s
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    http://www.edeuce.com/products.html
     
  8. Very cool thread. I built many airplane models when I was a little boy, ww2 mainly. My uncle was 2nd in command at the Lajes airbase in the Azores for a few years, and he brought me many models from the aafes bx store. Cool times.
     
  9. Thanks milol. Really cool stuff.
     
  10. gnichols
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    from Tampa, FL

  11. philo426
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  12. Old Coyote
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    .... the Plymouth Satellite flopper of Jim Dunn & Mike Reath
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  13. RatRoy
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  14. RatRoy
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    I had a 1968 when new and I recently restored one.
     

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  15. rooman
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    Actually it was the late Joe Reath that was partnered with Dunn. The car later had a butterscotch and purple paint job and was lettered Dunn and Velasco as evidently Dunn had a falling out with Reath and went to the opposition (and his former partner in the Dunn, Merritt, Velasco Fiat altered).
     
  16. 4rod
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    Here's one of many...had a 54 which I tried to replicate here
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  17. The first one is build by me and the second by my brother.
     

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  18. hotrodnick
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    I'm carfreakjim's brother


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  19. Found a couple of (long time) stalled rebuild projects in one my boxes of surviors. Here are a couple of recent mockups.
    First a Revell '56 Ford pickup:
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    Next an AMT '28 Model A Tudor:
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  20. greaser 35
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    from FRANCE

  21. greaser 35
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    greaser 35
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    from FRANCE

  22. greaser 35
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  23. Old Coyote
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    You're quite right ....... don't know where my mind was ......... probably thinking about Jim's son Mike ........ of course it was Joe Reath ..........
     
  24. halfasskustoms
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    Great looking models.
     
  25. halfasskustoms
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    Just built this 56 ford. Chopped it and dropped it. Built in 1/87 scale.

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    Also built these 2 RatRods. Both in 1/87 scale.

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  26. BONNEVILLE BOB 95
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    Nice stuff this week ya'll.
     
  27. fordcpe
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    This is tomorrow morning its a great show for the Detroit area. model show.jpg
     
  28. greaser 35
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    from FRANCE

  29. BONNEVILLE BOB 95
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    Figured I'd post something. Kinda dead 'round here today. DSCF8036.JPG
     
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  30. It is a little slow today .....
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