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Recent content by Lownslow

  1. Lownslow

    Canopy colors

    Thanks for the input. Big Don from the local club gave out surgical #11 blades last Christmas now that’s the only thing I’ll use on BMF
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    Canopy colors

    You guys are rubbing off on me. I’ve started a 1/72 F6F-5N Hellcat by Dragon. I assume the inside of the canopy frame is interior color. can I get this effect by painting the interior color first and then the outside color over it? Also I’m using bare metal foil as a mask. Has anyone else used...
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    Easy "GUZZI" Rider

    Those tank dimples definitely give it an Italian flair.
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    Easy "GUZZI" Rider

    Looks like your having a good time.
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    1965 Cobra 427 S/C Metal Toy .... Upgrade

    Very nice
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    Stude SNAFU

    If I remember right for the overall aluminum color I used Model Masters Metalizer.
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    Stude SNAFU

    Sorry, moon puppy, I don’t know what NMF stands for
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    Stude SNAFU

    I’ve always liked this Buick. Do you know it’s speed?
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    Stude SNAFU

    Here’s what you get when a car guy hangs out with military guys. I started this along time ago with the idea of a Viper engine in a lakes car but my interest waned and it sat in its box for several years unfinished. Then during a club conversation about the WWII auto industry building planes and...
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    1965 Cobra 427 S/C Metal Toy .... Upgrade

    I’m like’n this
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    Rommel Rod

    Thanks all, Mike,or do I call you Iron, I’ll do a posting of the Stude later.
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    Rommel Rod

    This kit has been built and built till all the freshness has been worn off so I decided to move it a new direction. The basic premise is what would Erwin’s shop truck look like if he had a sideline in customs and rods. To lower the stance frame was z-d in front and a equal amount removed for the...
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    Bobbed R75

    Not sure why the pics duplicated. Must be my fat fingers
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    Bobbed R75

    This is my latest effort. It’s the 1/9 scale of the WWII BMW R75 motorcycle. It was given to me started but with a few parts missing. Rather than follow the box art rendition I put my own spin on it. To disassemble I used the freeze method with fair success. Figuring there would be some breakage...
  15. Lownslow

    Hello

    Thanks I’ll give it a try
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