Here's Felipe Massa's 2009 Formula One car, as it appeared at the Goodwood Festival of Speed (without the Marlboro 'bar codes', in deference to the event's sponsor). It's finished, but is way below the standard of the other models featured on t[...]
This is a representation of an SJ with a LeBaron dual cowl phaeton body.
It is the original Hubley version of this kit. 1/18th scale combination metal & plastic parts. All major body parts & engine block are metal & screwed together,[...]
This is another vehicle I built on commission for the same gentleman. He provided the complete kit which was the Entex 1/16th scale kit from 1960. Let me first say that the true color of the model is that which is shown in last photo,the interio[...]
I built this on commission from the very old Monogram 1/24th kit. Surprisingly for it's age it went together rather well. He had the kit and when he gave it to me to build it was missing quite a few parts. I had to search around and I found a bu[...]
based on the 1/12 Revell crusader...fuel line plug wires and battery cables micro solder radio shack...brake and clutch cables third guitar string painted with gun blueing...the name has nothing to do with the movie..
This is a Hasegawa Jaguar XJR-9LM in Silk Cut markings. It is what the car guys call a curbside kit which means no engine. The secondary colors are all decals except the purple on the nose is a Humbrol color match to the purple decals.
This is a Monogram 1?24th Packard Phaeton. Built OOB. Spray painted with enamel paint from the little Testors bottle. If I remember correctly I was paying 5 cents for the when I began painting my models.
This whole series of Monogram classics is[...]
Building the Midget from Revell
By Jack Mugan
I have always had a soft spot for the midget race cars ever since I was a kid. Seeing them roar around the dirt tracks, the drivers fighting the wheel, rear ends hanging out and dirt flying every[...]
Finally got weather good enough to get out in the sunshine to take pictures so I decided to post another shiny thing.
1/24th Tamiya Porsche 911GT1. Completely box stock. Great kit. Awsome decal sheet.
This is a 1/32nd scale Rolls Royce Sedanca by Pyro molded in 1966. It is from the same time frame as the 1940 Ford posted by Jeff Stewart. It was in a series of 12 cars called "Table Top Classics". Cost ranged from $.79 to $1.00. Came with rubb[...]