Thanks Dean for the kind words. Greg was quite an artist and a great person to boot. A quadreplegic since the 1970's he never let that detract him from his art. One of the things he did was to hold an art show and auction every year with all the proceeds going to buy art supplies for kids that couldn't afford them in his hometown of Metamora Illinois. We met at a car show many years ago and my buddy Shane Syx and I striped his wheelchair for him. From time to time he would send me these crazy resin cast cars he designed and built to be detailed and I would always have fun doing them. I think I posted some pictures of his cars on here(I know I did on Facebook) but if nobody minds I'll post a couple of them. He also had a great street rod that his brother and a couple others built for him. A 37 Ford flatback sedan that had a Taurus SHO motor and trans installed so they could build a flat floor to allow him to drive his wheelchair into the car. Don't know how much he drove it as he was pretty much confined to the house for quite awhile prior to his passing. Anyway here are a few pics of some of his creations.These were all one off creations.