AMT Ertl 1/16th scale '55 Nomad (plastic model)
Yep, out of sight out of mind. I had pulled this one out of the main
display case years ago for some odd reason, temporarily set it way up on a
shelf and forgot all about it until I saw the '55 Nomad kit on
bigblockluv's video. I enjoyed cleaning this one up and it's still looks
pretty good. How old is it? I really can't quite remember. Maybe 15 years?
Check out the distributer. It's smaller than a pencil eraser and I drilled
9 holes in it for the plug wires. Undercarriage was one of those things,
it's one big piece but detailed well so I hand painted the frame and
crossmembers and such. Why? I dunno.
So, on this one I discovered that dust remover does nothing for a model.
But, they can definately be sprayed down with water. Hope you enjoy this
video of this classic old model I built years ago.
Music by Kevin MacLeod
JUS A FEW MORE
More models ,some built with in last couple years,some built 20 or more yrs
ago,some finished,some not.I hav to getm all done somday.A lot ov da ones
on shelves neer end of vid r going to be in the junkyard.I wanted to film a
few more but my dog woulnt let me.
Plastic Model Car Collection Unbuilt
110+ unbuilt kits ready for the assembly line. I also have pics of the
mancave and my daughter building her 2nd model car kit. I hope you like the
Royalty Free Music by Kevin MacLeod
Song Titles: Down Home Rockin & One Sly Move
ISRC: US-UAN-11-00252 & ISRC: US-UAN-11-00521
Wrecked toy cars 1960 -1980 Scapyard Run
SEE my Cars at https://www.youtube.com/user/VintageDiecastCars
Old Toy Cars - Matchbox 1960 -1980 British Diecast Scapyard Run .
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Model Car Collection. 1:24, 1:16
My brother & I saved most of the model cars we built as kids. Many years
later, we took them out of the boxes and put them on shelves in the barn.
Lots of shitty fox Mustangs, and a few funny ones, too.
I probably wouldn't put American Daisy 5-spokes on a 928 in real life.
Actually, I probably would. They're pretty dusty, but too delicate to
bother cleaning up. Jo-Han, AMT, MPC, Monogram, Revell... I hope you see a
couple you like, or remember.