• File: Atomic 1941 Willys

    I am a Willys freak. I just love building Gassers. This one took about 60 hours to build.
  • File: 1959 Cadillac convertible

    This is my 1959 Cadillac Convertible old-school custom. It is painted Model Master black lacquer with ultra gloss clear. I used a lot of Bare-Metal foil. The interior is red and white. I lowered the suspension, and used a flame decal from a 1955 Chevy and parts-box wheels and tires.
  • File: 1923 Ford pickup

    This little truck was sprayed green and misted with gold paint. The "Loaded Lion" decals were then applied and finally, a coat of clear. Several items on this build came from inventory, including the engine.
  • File: 1955 Chevy Nomad wagon

    Ready to head on to the beach and catch some waves.
  • File: 1937 Chevy Street Rod

    This AMT 1937 Chevy street rod has a 1967 Camaro blown small-block with headers and exhaust made from solder wire and aluminum tubing. The tires and wheels are parts-box items. I used Dupli-Color Dark Cherry Metallic over white primer, cleared, rubbed out, and waxed. The interior and soft top were painted...
  • File: 1940 Ford

    This model started out as a light blue plastic AMT kit from eBay. I added wheels and tires from a 1932 Phantom Vickie. The paint is Tamiya Racing White and Testor's Grabber Orange. I used the accent trim as the separation line between the two colors. The build is mostly box-stock, with Bare-Metal...
  • File: 1937 Ford Salon

    A nice kit. I used Testor's purple lacquer and buffed it out. The wheels are Pegasus.
  • File: First time Fiat

    This is a Fiat altered from the AMT twin set, with Tamiya metallic green paint, engine wiring, a hinged roof, and parts-box tires and rims. The ram tubes came from a dead Porsche.
  • File: 1932 Ford 5-window rat rod

    This was built a couple of years ago when I was getting back into the hobby. It was converted to right-hand-drive and lowered.
  • File: 1928 Ford Model A

    This street rod has a unique paint job with lots of "sparkle". The Ford V-8 and wheels/tires are from my parts box.
  • File: 1925 Ford T-Bucket

    This was built in the 1960s. It originally had wide whites with different wheels as was the look then. I changed it to a more modern look, which I now regret.
  • File: 1941 Plymouth hot rod

    This AMT kit has wide whitewall skinnies and slicks mounted on chrome rims with full moon caps. The finish is Tamiya Clear Orange over a Krylon Gloss Red base. The interior is purple, with white bench seats and a pearl white dash.