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Brad Furminger (Vermin360)
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View full thread (24 Comments) Peter Hardy
The paint isn't bad Brad. Could use some clear methinks?
26. June at 06:17:43
It's got a couple coats of clear on it, but she orange peeled a bit. I haven't gotten the hang of wet sanding yet. By the time I Mad Max this, it won't be so noticeable.
26. June at 23:09:40
Finished off the GTO aside from the weathering and damage. Of course you know what this means... another NASCAR on the horizon!
28. June at 16:24:35
With the latest NASCAR done it's time to start on the 53 Vette.
11. August at 16:05:27
Good start.........The Blue Flame is alight!
18. August at 11:18:00
It's been too long since I've posted here. But the Vette is done, and now time to move on to another NASCAR build. Yep. Another one.
4. October at 22:49:17
That sure is a beauty of a 53 'Vette ! Great Work Brad !
4. October at 22:53:16
Add comment » Munkyslut
Vette looks freaking awesome! That's a very pretty car, you done good
4. October at 22:56:20
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View full thread (66 Comments) James C
That's an awesome finish mate. Going to be a shame to bang it up!
4. May at 21:57:37
Planning on a full field of 43. I have four more kits in the stash right now and can usually nab them for 5-7 dollars apiece. Not sure how I'll find the room for it, but it's worth a try. The cars I'm happiest with will probably be toward the back of the pack or pulling away unscathed.
4. May at 22:02:38
He has to buy the house next door to display it though!
5. May at 00:02:40
NASCAR build is back in progress, adding in the Phillips 66 driven by Chad Little. This is also the first AMT NASCAR kit that I've built.
30. June at 11:56:50
Tip for fellow airbrush rookies - never pull the needle out when there is still paint in the hopper. Unless you want to get to intimately know every single part when you clean it later.
21. July at 15:44:00
Add comment » Chris Greathouse
^ Been there, done that... cleaned every part... but now I know how it all goes together
21. July at 15:56:02
July 14, 2019
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July 6, 2019
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Going to consider this one finished. There are some things I'd do better next time, but I'll take those lessons forward to my next build.
6. April at 18:52:22
Pretty Cool, Much like in real life, a rarity ! Great Job, Bravo !
6. April at 19:27:06
Thanks, Robert. Its unique look caught my eye when I picked it up. It's got a bit too much play in the front end but overall displays pretty well as long as you don't look under the hood.
10. April at 00:15:11
I found that to be the trend with most AMT kits, They make all the good cars and trucks, but the quality is shotty at best in most kits !
10. April at 00:48:39
I like it! I have this kit in the shelf too and when I see your result, I'm thinking annuity to build it in the near future. I laid it back often. It is a interesting car. It looks so different from other cars of the mid 60s.
I like your model kit as it is. Nice color, a good interior. That is totally ok. I don't mind the imperfections you mentioned. Some of my kits aren't "perfect" at all. There is often this little tiny thing, what went wrong or not perfect. But I see it like you: as far as I can live with it, who cares?
30. June at 12:18:46
Thanks, Christian. Be sure to let me know when you start your Avanti so I can follow the build and see the end results.
30. June at 13:38:30
Very nice result Brad.
. The interior looks great!. I see on your notes you LIKE doing interiors. I wish it were feasible for you to do mine for me. I am rarely fully satisfied with mine. (unless the come prepainted LOL). Bare metal foil is my ZEN.
30. June at 14:17:50
Add comment » Bill Newcomer
I have a suggestion for improvement if I may. Take the time to carefully file the sprue nubs off of wheels and rims. Those little 'tangs" showing really give away the fact that it is a model kit.
30. June at 14:21:43
July 1, 2019
added a new project.
9+ 1997 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Winston Cup Series
Hendrick Motorsports 5 (Terry Labonte The Iceman)
| Winston Cup Champion 1996 (Result: Winner)
| Kellogg's Korn Flakes
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Wow! Read the first comments and descriptions under the pictures. There you have a huge project! I wish you good luck and endurance.
The cars I see so far are pretty good built. Great project!
30. June at 12:10:34
I just wish him the money to buy that many kits!
30. June at 21:16:47
The cost of the kits is not really much of an issue. Nobody around here really wants NASCAR kits so I can pick them up for about $5 Canadian apiece. Sometimes less. But the paint really starts to add up after awhile.
1. July at 01:16:07
Man, I'd wish, I'd become NASCAR kits that cheap in Germany.
1. July at 04:27:10
Even at $5, that's still $215 for a full pack!! And man o man the paint... yikes!
1. July at 04:31:59
Add comment » Peter Hardy
Chris, I am looking for 1 model that will cost me more than that!
1. July at 08:07:26
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ChevyRescue Van Retro Deluxe Edition (Molded in White)
2014 | Changed parts
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Bought an airbrush last week. Never used one before. Thought I'd use this armor kit as a guinea pig since it didn't cost me anything. I'll be less heartbroken if I make a complete mess of it. The original owner started painting parts but realized they were never going to finish it and gave it away. Lucky me.
25. October 2018 at 20:09:48
Hi, Holger. So far I love it (except for cleaning the airbrush). I find it hard to go back to brushwork except for fine details. Wish I had taken the plunge sooner.
6. January at 13:14:15
Yeah, cleaning does not make fun except you have a ultrasonic cleaner. I can recommend such a device very much. And they are cheap. 20 Bucks or so.
6. January at 14:43:32
Bradley? Is this the real Bradley Furminger? Armour? And, a KT at that! I did this kit a couple of years ago and was VERY proud of the result. Now, I look at it and cringe! Glad to see you branching out and trying new stuff. How is the tool collecting going? Bet you have more than a hobby knife now!
19. January at 22:15:29
This isn't branching out, this is reverting to my roots. I used to do armour exclusively. Just got into a car groove over the past year. The toolkit is expanding. I now have an airbrush, tweezers, sprue cutters, and a file along with some much better paintbrushes. No dedicated workspace yet, still playing time-share with the dining table. But my youngun is getting more involved with the hobby so it may be easier to convince my wife that a hobby room would be a good investment.
19. January at 23:20:18
I like it Brad! Good job on the camo mate! Next tool investment should be some lights. Canada must be very dark and gloomy this time of year. Tooth picks are cheap and you'll be surprised how many uses you will have for them. Goin' good mate!
26. February at 07:47:43
Thanks, Peter. It is a bit dark and gloomy - lots of wintery weather blasting us these days. But I like the look of models more in natural light than in artificial light.
26. February at 14:37:39
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That works if you are not old and blind like me!!
26. February at 23:38:59
March 3, 2019
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Carries Pilgrim Fathers to New World - Plymouth, Devon September 1620
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