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Volvo Man
Chaz Gordon (Volvo Man)
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7. August 2020, 14:28
Tim Heimer
Hey Chaz, any way you could send or post the instructions for me? The kit I got had none and I went as far as I could with it before giving up on it.
25. August 2020, 15:55
Chaz Gordon
I'll take a look in the box, I bought it as a Finished model, to tear down and rebuild in Red, If nothing else I can get some close up photos of how bits go together.
25. August 2020, 22:39
Tim Heimer
Thank you much appreciated!
26. August 2020, 17:59
Chaz Gordon
Hi tim, no luck on the instructions I'm afraid. What part are you stuck on?. The rear end looks a bit complex, but I'm planning to remove the shell for the rebuild, so I can get some chassis photos
1. September 2020, 20:46
Tim Heimer
Chaz, right now I'm missing a box with that kit and 5 others in which I still haven't found. It's driving me nuts as to where it went! Every couple days I think of a spot it might be and check, and yet no success!
2. September 2020, 03:17
Chaz Gordon
Been there, still doing it. Only, I have a storage unit 6000 miles away that has some of that stuff
2. September 2020, 11:44
Tim Heimer
6000 miles away?!! LOL! Mine's all within a 2100 sq ft house and I can't find it! Then you know what a bite it is for sure!
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August 26, 2020

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Project: Acquisitions & Mergers
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23. August 2020, 10:21
Chaz Gordon
I realised I end up chatting about some of the Odd acquisitions I make for challenging projects, on other Mate's build threads, and perhaps I should create my own thread to do this chatting rather than hijacking other peoples threads. (not intentionally I might add)

So here I have a thread for general discussion of future projects and plans. There is another reason, I get excited to plan and work out future builds, and want to post pics and start conversations, So i end up creating a new album for the build, and distract myself from the in-progress builds I already have going. Hopefully this will satisfy my desire to talk about these without pushing live projects aside.
23. August 2020, 11:13
Munkyslut
Great thread idea mate ;)
23. August 2020, 11:30
Chaz Gordon
Why does no manufacturer ever seem to produce the 50s & 60's flat roof style Chevys? They are always the Coupe Roofline. The Camino Impala needs to have a flat roofline. I've seen real ones done both ways and the flat roof definitely looks better. So Now i'm on the lookout for something in my stash that has a fairly close roof shape to take a mold from as the basis. So far I'm looking at either a 65 Chevy pickup, or 96 Ford Explorer.
23. August 2020, 11:30
Nigel Chapman
Sounds like a plan. I recognise some of your Ebay
purchases, luckily we seem to have gone for different kits !
Got my ringside seat for your builds.
23. August 2020, 12:08
Chaz Gordon
Looking at your stash, i think we competed on the scavenger, but i only put in a low bid. Envious of your van collection.
23. August 2020, 13:03
Nigel Chapman
Got the Scavenger years ago For around £15 (I think). I'm always on the lookout for vans - it's a case of Constantly trawling the UK only listings nowadays As USA postage (& VAT) is too much
23. August 2020, 14:21
Dominik Weitzer
reallx good idea Chaz, to create such a thread for all ideas and "Building here and ther from time to time". Perhaps, i have to do that also for all Kind of stuff on the bench or in the boxes. Started, layed by side, to many other ideas hanging in the head, and so on.

The 58 Impala Project has defenitly my Attention :D
24. August 2020, 09:06
Chaz Gordon
Nigel, it appears that we haven't competed on Bids then, unless we've both lost that is. US postage is just silly, considering postage to the USA is half that from the UK. Having said that, kit prices are so much cheaper, sometimes it's worth it. I found one seller listing £17 shipping, but was the same price for two kits, and I managed to get two Revell kits that I need, that UK retail stocks have run out on.
25. August 2020, 09:15
Chaz Gordon
Dominik, I hear ya, I need to buy a couple more Really Useful Boxes for the side projects, so I can get back to work on the bench. I also will use the thread for my experiments that will contribute to these projects, as I work out some techniques
25. August 2020, 09:20
Nigel Chapman
So got myself a job lot of 9 kits off Ebay this week - Revell 68 Corvette Roadster, 69 Camaro Z28 RS (missing engine), AMT/ERTL 53 Studebaker Starliner, 69 Pontiac Firebird Tran Am, 69 Pontiac Firebird 400, 58 Chevy Impala (missing glass), Joker goon car (Dodge Monaco) missing glass)), Round 2 69 Cougar Eliminator and a Lindberg 61 Impala SS convertible for £70 !
Other than all parts being spray painted, nothing has been started. Unusually for me I do not have any future plans/projects for them, but I have a wealth of custom and option parts to use on other projects.

I think I will need to move house as I have run out of storage space!
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Project: 69 Camaro
1:25 '69 Camaro Z/28 RS (Revell 07081)
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Munkyslut
Don't sell yourself short Chaz that's still a really good result!
They're just gonna get better & better with time
11. August 2020, 14:27
Chaz Gordon
just made 2 full engine sets today with the new 2 part mold. Really pleased, learned a lot to make life easier. Also worked out a full engine set comes to just 60p to cast. The mold is the main cost at about £10 of silicone used but i'll make loads of engine sets from it.
23. August 2020, 00:44
Nigel Chapman
Those parts look excellent, well done !
23. August 2020, 06:13
Munkyslut
Those engine castings look like commercially available pieces, excellent job.......I'm impressed Chaz!
23. August 2020, 11:23
Chaz Gordon
Munky, technically they are commercially available - in the Revell Camaro convertible! So i couldnt sell them.
I'm going to review each future build and decide if i want to grab a mold of any parts i'd like to use elsewhere in the future. I have kits with Ford injected big block, Small block chevy, turbo pinto, injected small block chevy, ford v6 ohc, original hemi. Im on the lookout for a decent wade blower set. And i have mustangs and camaros for front end setups.
23. August 2020, 13:16
Dominik Weitzer
Good hint to cast the enginepart as you have done it.
I must replicate a Mercedes V8-Engine from a 1/18 DieCast and had since now no idea, how to handle it. To cast the half engine block and seperate parts - thats it!
I will catch up your idea. Thanks! And: work on ;)
24. August 2020, 09:13
Chaz Gordon
Quick tip Dominik, for the parts that only need one mold half and are perfectly flat on the open side (or can be). Glue the parts to a high gloss Bathroom tile (the cheap flat kind) using PVA glue. Wipe the edges with a damp Q tip to minimise the glue lips. then allow to dry. Build a mold perimeter with Lolly sticks again glued together with PVA. Silicone Rubber can handle small undercuts and overhangs on parts that injection molding cannot, so asses the parts on that basis.

When pouring the single half molds, I have found great results with placing a flat cover onto the poured resin to get a nice flat surface on the parts. I have taken a ceramic tile and cut into useful pieces, then covered the tile with electrical tape (carefully so it's flat, overlap is not required) then sprayed Silicone release spray over that. When cured, I just peel the mold of the parts that stay on the tile part, then peeling the tape off of the tile releases the parts nicely.

Keep your work area easy to clean by putting down greaseproof paper where you will work, as the resin doesn't stick to it, and t's disposable.
25. August 2020, 09:36
Greg Baker
That's a neat trick. I'll have to remember that.
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9. July 2020, 12:33
Chaz Gordon
Just received this from the Magnifier 2020 Rebox release. The packaging is devoid of any mention of Ford, or GT40, Methinks someone isn't officially licencing it. However, I got my GT40 kit, so I'm Happy.
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1. July 2020, 09:07
Chaz Gordon
Another for my "Owned cars" collection. I actually have 3 of the real ones still, so great reference.
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26. June 2020, 19:36
Chaz Gordon
Finally got one of these, I've only been waiting 30 Years to find one!
No Instructions in the box (despite the ebay description) but who cares, they are on SCM. Also engine assembled already, fortunately, didn't use good cement or scrape chrome parts, so now engine disassembled!
I have nowhere to display this when done at the moment, so it'll need to go into deep stash with the E-type
2. July 2020, 10:11

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Tom ...
JD, I think we can get Greg in here on a consult... paging Dr. Mayhem... crash-cart, stat, in Hangar 10.
26. June 2020, 23:12
Chaz Gordon
Nope, no blown X-wings here, although I am planning one of my fleet of larger ones to be Swamp-Fresh
26. June 2020, 23:47
JD
Yeah Tom! :D Don't look too closely at it, (especially my work) The closer you look the more disappointed you'll be... :P
26. June 2020, 23:50
Chaz Gordon
Sci Fi Story Telling Vs practicality! It can be got right without ruining the story, ST:TNG had a practical Starship with room for everything in it, and capability to move all that plasma to the right place, it even had a feasible and not yet disproven 23rd century science behind everything it did. Even the Transporters have Heisenberg compensators built right in.

Star Wars got most of their ship designs right in a practical fashion, the Falcon has space to fit all that stuff in there (except the length of the Gun Blister access tubes), the Big ships are all feasible, and even some of the ancillary small ships, but the X-wing and the Tie both have "Issues" The Tie for instance, packs so much power for its tiny size, one wonders why the ISDs are so ponderous.

And why on Hoth didn't they launch Red & Gold Squadrons with their X-wings, Y Wings, Laser cannon and Proton Torpedoes against the AT-ATs instead of converted landspeeders equipped only with Big Blasters and Tow cables - And what are those cables there for anyway?
27. June 2020, 00:04
Starbase101
Towing icebergs. (Ice planet...)
27. June 2020, 00:07
Chaz Gordon
Ice planet - No liquid water to tow Icebergs in?
27. June 2020, 00:41
JD
* Because the Resistance had great difficulties adapting their equipment to the extreme temperatures, Of Hoth, many vehicles never made it out of the hangar for the Walker battle, but eventually made it out...
* The T-47 Airspeeder is a cargo hauler. The tow cable ends in a magnetic head which is attached to cargo containers which is hauls. The Rebs adapted them for combat, and Luke came up with the idea to use the harpoons and tow cables in a manor for which they were never intended, like a mechanic, or engineer would...
* Nerd Alert
27. June 2020, 05:09
Chaz Gordon
Yeah, I've seen that, the rebels were having trouble operating SPACECRAFT in the Cold
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Deora Custom Dodge Pickup Truck (Designer: Alexander Bros.)
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Chaz Gordon
This one is pretty special to me. I can remember the day the original kit was bought, when I went shopping with my Mum in East Grinstead (Sussex, UK) which was rare expedition, I spotted a Model shop, which was something of a rarity to me, as the town we lived in, model kits were only found in Newsagents and toy shops. I'd been to Brighton's amazing Beatties Model shop, and just down the road to Model Aerodrome too, but these were in a big town.

These three model shops, the only ones I knew existed until I was 16, are now a Charity Shop, A Pizza Hut and an Espresso Shop respectively. Browsing through the newly discovered model shop, I spotted The newly released Mustang and Wetbikes, the Box art really trigger the imagination. Until then, every model kit box I'd seen had an artists impression of the aircraft, which may or may not look like the finished article. This was a photo of the finished model, and it looked cool.

Without further delay, my pocket money was advanced a couple of days early, and the Mustang was coming home with me. Looking back, it's quite likely that some extra was added to my pocket money on that day.

The Mustang was painted and built in less than 2 days. Original interior was painted Gloss black, the body shell left in white plastic, and the blue stripe painted on the lower half. The louvres were painted matt black, but I never painted the blue bonnet stripe. The trailer was painted entirely gloss black, and the wetbikes had black skis, and silver motor pods, with bare white plastic upper and the seats painted black. Engine bay on the mustang was matt black as was the engine. All the paint was Humbrol enamels brushed on with questionable accuracy (I was 9 years old!), and no concept of primer.

Thinking back, this was also my first attempt at painting a kit "Properly". Not long after, the Mustang and Trailer was joined by the Turbo Cobra, and the Turbo Capri, from the same shop.

I remember just two more Kit purchases from my first 30 years of model making, one of which involves a now lost kit, and the other I have just remembered is still only part built after 40 years, and I think I still have the whole kit. But these are stories for when I do those builds, and they will be coming.
18. June 2020, 22:24
Chaz Gordon
Before I get started with this, I've decided to restore the originals at the same time. I also have a Turbo Cobra kit from the same era that I got for next to nothing because it is incomplete. Picture Number 7 shows the originals, and you can see the scale of the task ahead (scuse the pun). So, effectively it'll be 5 builds, 3 of which are full restorations, and 4 of which will require the manufacturing of parts in Resin. Fortunately, I have all of the parts that I need for the patterns.

The Front ends on the originals got switched around so the Capri front is on the Cobra and vice versa. Colour schemes are going to be interesting, The two Turbo Mustangs will be done in their original White & Blue scheme (with a twist), the Cobras will be in different colours, at least one of which will be red, and the Capri in the original Silver
20. June 2020, 00:15
Tom ...
Damn, those guys saw some action! Looking forward to seeing this!
20. June 2020, 00:29
Chaz Gordon
I've put up an unboxing Video for this kit:
Youtube Video

 
20. June 2020, 04:33

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28. September 2019, 00:38
Chaz Gordon
Auspicious day today, I have received delivery of a long sought after kit that is quite special to me. I have a lot of very special kits in my stash, mainly the Tamiya kits that I have bought because my Dad originally Built them in the 1970s, and over the years those fell apart, and got lost in moves. Now I have them to build again myself. But this one is different, the Turbo Mustang with Wetbikes is the First Car Kit I ever built, at the age of 9. I even remember my Mum buying it for me in the Model Shop that we had just found.

I've been keeping an eye out on ebay for one in the UK for the last 3 years. This one just came up last weekend. It's an original 1979 Kit (I believe there was only ever the one run) still in the factory shrink wrap.

It's not even that good a kit, the details are poor and the fit can best be described as "1970s" But it's special, and a rare subject, and hopefully I'm going to do a massively upgraded build detail wise.

The 2 x Burago Capri's are some of the only cars I've previously owned that can be got in 1/24 (plenty in 1/43 & 1/64). These will be stripped, converted and rebuilt as My two Mk3 Capris.
18. June 2020, 14:01
Lochsa_River
very cool...have fun with this one!
18. June 2020, 18:14
Nigel Chapman
Brilliant. My brother built the Mustang at an early age. I owned a MK2 Capri for a number of years, it spent more time off the road than on it !!
18. June 2020, 18:32
Ben M
Enjoy, I've built several of my childhood builds again, and have a few more in my stash. I find it to be a lot of fun!
18. June 2020, 19:11
Munkyslut
Brilliant score Chaz!
What you've described there is my whole reason for kit building, revisiting my childhood memories
18. June 2020, 19:18
Nigel Chapman
I'd love to do that but I gave all my earlier builds away as I got into 1/87 scale. To think I had a Johan Heavenly Hearse, 1 20 Ford custom van, 1 16 General Lee...
18. June 2020, 20:48
Chaz Gordon
Still a few to find that stand out, 1/12 Revell Mustang Fastback, 1/16 Revell Jeep Renegade, 1/24 Revell Midnite Cowboy.

I've already completed an MPC R2-D2 and an MPC Darth Vader's Tie Fighter, both from the original run that I built back in the 70s, and I have a pile of MPC & AMT 1/48 X-wings to do.

I've decided that the cost and scarcity of the original Matchbox Aircraft that I built back then is just too much pain to go through for the minimal detail, and they are all available in new modern toolings, so I'll do the modern ones by way of an update, and I'll pick one actual matchbox and see what I can do with it.
18. June 2020, 21:26
Chaz Gordon
Pictures 22, 23 and 24 are what happened to my first three car Builds from 1979, which were the Turbo Mustang & wetbikes I just got, The Turbo Cobra from the same tool, and the Turbo Capri which was the same kit with a different Nose, Tail and Hood. I actually have a nearly complete Turbo Cobra kit I got earlier this year, but was missing a few bits. I can now make a cast of those missing parts and complete that one too.

I know that when I repainted the three for about the third time, bits got swapped around, so until I strip the paint I couldn't tell anyone which one was the original. they were molded in White, Orange and Silver respectively.
18. June 2020, 21:41
Chaz Gordon
The build Album for this is going to be here:
Turbo Mustang & Wetbikes | Album by Volvo Man (1:25)
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Chaz Gordon
Thanks Guys
6. June 2020, 05:58
Chaz Gordon
Photoshoot done, and that'll do until I have a need for some DIY decals. On to the next project
69 Camaro | Album by Volvo Man (1:25)
14. June 2020, 15:01
JD
I need to pick your brain on how you make your own decals...
14. June 2020, 19:19
Chaz Gordon
In this case, I'll be printing with a colour laser printer onto Transparent laser decal paper (no coating req as laser is waterproof). As the badges have a need for white background, I'll make a template of the white shape out of paper (painstakingly) then airbrush a white base, then position the transparent decal with the colour and black details over the top.
15. June 2020, 12:33
Chaz Gordon
First step is to print a bunch of plain paper versions to get the size right, then I can cut that plain paper version out as the stencil.
15. June 2020, 12:34
Munkyslut
Chris said it......... very, very cool 8)
15. June 2020, 12:34
JD
Great tip about laser printer ink being waterproof! DIY stencils too? :o wow
15. June 2020, 19:29
Chaz Gordon
JD, its a simple choice, either painstakingly cut 10 decals with a knife, or cut 2 paper stencils with a knife.
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Chris Greathouse
You forgot to mention about installing the cat :P Someone found a sunny spot.
6. June 2020, 08:54
Tom ...
Damn that's some work area! Love it! The cat explains why everything is securely situated! :)
12. June 2020, 03:45
Chaz Gordon
Was an Aircraft engineer once upon a time, hence everything must have it's place in my work area
The Cats are lucky they don't have a cat shadow they are required to sit on
12. June 2020, 07:07
Pero Sušić
Me, I like those mini tool chests. I can imagine how handy they are. Would you tell where you got those?
12. June 2020, 11:49
Chaz Gordon
Amazon
https://smile.amazon.co.uk/g..asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

They come and go into stock, I've bought 12 over the last 2 years.
12. June 2020, 12:36
Chaz Gordon
I've only ever found the one of the Black one, which is a shame, it was half the price and fits airbrushes perfectly (except my Trigger ones with a handle)
12. June 2020, 12:37
Spanjaard
it seems the brand can be found in Germany, but it looks like they do not sellt that particular item (a pitty) https://kunzer.de/
actually, they do seem not to sell anything, you need to find it in retailers. maybe our german friends can tell us where to buy the stuff?
12. June 2020, 13:47
Chaz Gordon
It's just a badging exercise, they are Made in China. I've got two that were bought on Ebay with a different brand. They are Identical to the last detail to the ones snap-on badge and sell for 4 times the price. They're probably QC fails from the Snap-on line Powdercoated in a different colour.
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