Scale models of scenes with cars Part I
All these scale models (1:18, 1:24, 1:43, 1:87) are made by myself. They
show different scenes with cars. I thougtht it might be more interesting to
create little environmental scenes than just arrange the cars behind
By the way.... the music you hear during watching is also composed and
performed by myself.
A most unusual car place with an impressive collection of classic "field"
cars. Moyock Muscle provided me with an interesting experience since I love
looking at this stuff. Should you find yourself heading from Virginia Beach
down the the Outer Banks, and you are a car guy (or girl) just keep a
lookout on the left once you pass the Border Station. I think all and
everything is for sale and they also do restorations according to their
My Grandpa's Model A Ford in March 2009
This was an old video that my grandpa and I decided to shoot while the
model A was in the midst of being restored. As you can see, he did the
majority of the work with the occasional help of a friend and auto body
specialist as well as his brother-in-law (I was interested more in model
cars and filmmaking at the time instead of mechanics, so I did not
participate.) I edited this video originally in March 2009 for my old
youtube channel lobsterbox22, but since I have a brief video of it starting
and driving I figured that it would be suitable to upload this old footage
to give people some background on how such a beautiful car turned out.
A little background of the 1928/1929 Ford Model A Special Coupé:
It basically came about when Henry Ford and his team redesigned the Model A
for the 1929 production year; instead of storing the remaining 1928 parts
as new old stock, they decided to use the remaining 1928 parts in the
production of a "special" Model A. It stood out mainly because of the
vinyl hard top, which was a lot like that found on the Model A Sport
Coupés of the era except it had smaller, rounded windows in the back where
there normally would have been only vinyl. These Special Coupés didn't
sell very well, mainly because of the fact that they were put together with
mixed parts and were produced in low numbers. During the restoration, my
grandfather learned about this, and discovered that the left and right
fenders were of different design (LF was a '29 and RF was a '28.) During
the restoration, he needed to purchase a new left front fender, and he
opted to purchase the 1929 instead of a 1928 fender to match the original
factory configuration. When I asked him about this, he told me:
"Originality is more important than symmetry."
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Poligize for the shaky cam...I used the webcam for
this....................1/24 scale Bugatti 35B race scene, still under
construction, this is what that stone wall was for, spots on the cars is
mud that Im currently in the process of applying, then its off for some
I noticed a lot of the numbering on these cars was very crude looking, last
minute perhaps..so I did my best to apply as lousy as I could. lol
These were a dificult build because of the age of the kits...the plastic
gets very brittle after 40 yrs..instructions are 1966 and both cars are
orignal Monogram issues.