RAT RODS RULE!!!
If you're in to RAT RODS then you should click the link and come on over to
"RatRodsRule.com." A ton of great guys there with a wealth of knowledge.
Abandon Cars Rotting Away In NY
yup these cars where about 2 mins from my house who would of thunk! but
these are a treasure find....leave some comments tell me what ya
think...great diorama ideas....I'm going to be on the look out for more
stuff like this around my neck of the woods...farmers around here got lots
of cars rotting away...so subscribe and stay tuned until next time Stoney
Engine Biter and Car Crusher in Junkyard
Action at the junkyard of 109 U-PULL-IT. Here you will see the Engine Biter
and the Car Crusher. The Engine Biter literally rips the engines out of the
vehicles and the crusher crushes them flat as a pancake.
Put this on your Big Screen TV in full screen mode for a great picture.
Shot with all professional large format HD cameras to give you the best
picture and sound.
Big Trucks 4 Kids is about capturing any and all types of big trucks and
equipment for kids to watch and get ideas from. Have them watch this and
then let me play in the sandbox and their imaginations will thrive.
Wrecked Wrecker 1/25 Scale Model
Just a quick picture slideshow, full video to come later.
This has to be the most custom work I've ever done on a model. Besides the
cab, frame, front end, and engine; everything was either hand made or taken
off other kits.
I started out with a 65 chevy step side kit, then chopped the roof a lot.
It wasn't that easy, I ended up cutting the roof into like 6 different
pieces, then added filler and sanded to make it fit good. The back end was
completely custom made out of plastic sheets that I cut and fitted together
to mimic the original truck. The tow boom was had made out of things I had
lying around. The wheels and side mirrors are from a snaptite fire truck
kit. The fuel lines running to the carbs are paperclips and a bunch of
other stuff made up the rest of the engine. The front bumper is a piece of
wood and the rubber stoppers are erasers I cut in half. The decals are
pictures I took from the original truck and scaled down and glued on.
There are a few things I still want to add, but I'll add them when I find