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Ekstensive Metal Works Hummer H2 (Game Over) Replica WIP

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  • Member since
    April, 2017
Posted by aliasT.W. on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 9:19 PM

Doin' some really fine work here MR.

  • Member since
    March, 2017
Posted by Moparlover64 on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 11:35 PM

5th try tonight I'm in awe the incredible details wow. that looks like quite the crew. If I had health n money I'd get y'all to do my 41 new Yorker. I'm gonna at least get it ratrodded b4 I pass I. Finished a lot of cars truck and such for others .never have managed to finish mines b4 someone had to have it worse I had to deploy so I sold. the last one to go last month was my 20yr project 72 charger. Traded body and parts for this 41 I have 2 engine and trannys and a 9And a quarter rear left. A new 380horse 318 and built 727 and an unbuilt 413wedge 3600miles. if I can't get this one done b4 this disease gets me I've had the pleasures of building models and other peeps dream rides and serving my country I'd say with my family I've had a full life. Never seen this level of detail in a model I'm ready for school now. And I'm a mechanic/mechanical engineer /soldier/auto painter/hobbiest . in awe happy modeling


  • Member since
    May, 2012
Posted by TATTOOTONY on Sunday, May 21, 2017 12:16 PM

Man I can not Thank Y'all both ( aliasT.W. & Moparlover64 ) enough for the great things that are said about the work that has and will continue to go into this build. Moparlover when I say this I speak for many others thank you for your service and OUR FREEDOM! Yes I myself have had projects like you come and go, which I regret letting go without a doubt... and thats including 1/25 scale builds! Im sure there are those out there asking when will this build be done? Well it never fails when I look the build over and look at 1:1 Hummer pics and see I left something out and challenge myself to scratch build. Im trying my hardest to close this up, and cant forget FAMILY LIFE that comes first above everything. Here are some more progress pics, I cut out the retractable outlet as you see in the first pic. Then out of very thin and mean very thin styrene made the strap along with the buckle. Also a close up pic of the seats inside the hummer, I gave the armrest depth by scrolling them out with an X-acto knife. Yes def alot of rough plastic but hey its a W.I.P,and will all come together in finally paint/assembly... Thanks again for checking GAME OVER out!

Look up my past builds: 49 MERCURY SLED BUILD & CADDY CTS NO LAMBO DOORS & Hills Hot Rods 78 Blazer Replica ( on hold ) 

Current builds: Ekstensive Metal Works Hummer H2 (Game Over) Replica WIP

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    October, 2008
Posted by oldcarguy on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 5:18 PM

You are Sick ! !

 And thank goodness you are ! This is stone Cold Awesome ! Now I don't feel so bad about doing all those greeblies on my Boat builds . ( You know my primary modeling focus is Ships and Boats . Cars I do for the release from the ships . )

 I usually don't do the level you're into unless pushed . I haven't done this since 1978 when I did it on a Pontiac Trans-Am 455 H.O. - T - Top in brass and plastic , for a lawsuit . My lawyer client  won too !

 Boy , that was a nice paycheck ! This 1/8 scale beast had Glove leather seats , working brake - back-up lights and headlights and blinkers . The  Car was one of the tests I have faced over the years in large scale models .

    With you I can live vicariously again . Keep on keeping on ! !   O.C.G.



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