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shafer We are going to just vote by posting .
Ps im still thinking on my vote
So is it time to put my vote in now ?
Hi friends, i would like to show you one of my built models, this one is from 2010. It´s a 1971 Plymouth GTX from Revell/Monogramm. Have fun! Greetz Gerald
Yup mike you can now vote .
I love the superbird too! you guys do some amazing work on these ! congrat.s to all of you !
i vote for jamesdaytona lot harder to make them look weathered than look new.
I agree antuher vote for the bird !
I vote for shafer, since it will probably be the only vote i get.too much better competition
I vote for Moparbrad because for it´s nice finish on the paint job and detailling.
I vote for shafer.
mr68gts for me
Thats a saweet Ride. Glad i saw it person, Pics dont do it justice at all. Way to go Ron:cheers:
Can i vote for dodgefreak73, seen it in person, lots of fine detail......Thanks
thanks for the vote
Thanks Nite Moves!l: I have to admit I was hesitant about entering but after doing so I'm even more hesitant about entering again:-? Lot's of great talent here and some real nice models, just not my "cup of tea" so to speak
Chalk one up for Moparbrad, that paint looks like glass. I really think the cameras being used are killing the perceived quality of some of these models. They all look great to me though guys, obviously lots of talent on here! I'm tempted to get some of my unfinished ones out this winter now.
Thanks for the votes guys. I agree, some of these cars would look better with better picture taking techniques...or better cameras. I just used my iPhone. Probably not the best to use for detail :banghead:
Many moons ago I used to build contest quality models for National competition. This car was built for the 1987 Northwest Challenge held in Dallas, Texas. It took second place in the Replica Stock Class. I've kept it in a case in my office all these years. I took it out a year or so ago and gave it a quick quick polishing......It really hasn't held up too bad for a 27 year old build!
I vote for Mopar Missy....She is beautiful....Post #56.......Oh, wrong type of model.....Sorry wrong contest......In that case, I vote for Jamesdaytona....It takes some thinking to make them look rusty and weathered.... that tattered and torn vinyl roof is awesome detail......Great Job!
another vote for shafer.
Not cars, but 1/1800 scale ships I have done for the table mini game, War at Sea. First is a proposed Iowa Class battleship conversion to an aircraft carrier. Second, we have the. USS. Olympia. She survives today but is falling victim to neglect and mismanagement. This is USS Texas. I made this one with turning main guns and case mates. She too is in dire need of a hull repairs. Last we have my idea of what a WWII era HMAS Australia would have looked like had she not been scrapped in accordance of the Washington Naval Treaty.
Wow! A lot of incredible talent posted here. This kind of perfection i would never be able to accomplish. Difficult to distinguish from an actual car on some. Thanks for posting them up for us to see. I would bet you fellas could really work a old rallye gauge cluster into shape . Much to hard to choose just one so I'll just enjoy the show.