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Category A7  -  Competition Circuit

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Entry # 185

Paul Shamrock

1958 Ford Thunderbird Stock Car

 

Note:

  • A well weathered race winner!

Entry # 58

Paul Dunham

Ford Fusion #10

 

Note:

  • Added resin driver figure, re-sculpted figure to convert from male to female
  • Scratchbuilt safety net from tape and wire
  • Wired and plumbed engine bay, narrowed front suspension

Entry # 263

Phil Dauphinee

1963 Corvette Z-06

 

Note:

  • The distinctive '63 body parts were grafted from the AMT '63 onto the Revell '67 body. Model Car Garage photo-etch, Fred Cady decals, scratch built grill
  • ​Harold Bradford resin engine, aluminium tubing side exhaust The interior was Harold Bradford resin engine. Aluminium tubing side exhaust. Upholstery modified to represent '63 upholstery. A roll bar and big gas tank were fabricated and installed
  • This model represents the first Corvette Z-06 race car that along with 5 other Z-06 raced for the first time against Cobras at Riverside in the fall of 1962

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Entry # 370

Quinton Ishman

#1 Sammy Swindell Sprint Car

 

Note:

  • Motor is wired and plumbed. Fuel lines, brake lines, tranny lines, and oil lines are all custom made.  
  • Aftermarket seat belts, custom helmet, custom made gas and brake pedal, hydrolic wing piston, and wing braces.
  • Look into the extra detail that went into the model and all of the handmade, custom parts.  

Entry # 467

Charles Failner

Corvette C7R

 

Note:

  • Testors Paint with two-stage urethane clear
  • Weathered interior
  • Weathered chassis

Entry # 228

Curt Raitz

Group 44 Triumph GT-6+

 

Note:

  • ​Modeled to represent the car driven by Mike Evans for Group 44
  • Decals made by myself and paint is Testors Classic White

Entry # 229

Curt Raitz

1957 Ford Convertible

 

Note:

  • Modeled to represent the car driven by Curtis Turner in the 1957 Convertible Series ran by NASCAR.
  • Chopped the top of of a AMT1957 Ford Fairlane, scratchbuilt the roll bars and tonneau cover. Used the chassis, engine, interior, wheels and tires from Revells "Fireball Roberts" '57 Ford.
  • Decals are from Slot Car Fever and assorted decal sheets. Paint is Corinthian White and Coral Sand from Scalefinishes.

Entry # 275

Misha Koslovsky

Modified Track Racer

 

Note:

  • Engine injectors from "mini" Ala Kart. Metallic finishes by Alclad. Instruments backs scratchbuilt with P/E panel. Engine has magneto, is wired and plumbed.
  • Interior has P/E seatbelt, instrument panel detailed, Valhelo paint on upholstery, metallics with Alclad.
  • ​Chassis has a handbrake/M/C from the parts box with brake lines to the rear end. Alclad metalics on all suspension parts and Q/C rearend. Parts box whitewalls & rims.

Entry # 458

Bob Mako

Cobra Daytona

 

Note:

  • Engine compartment has been detailed to include most visible wiring,hoses and lines. Also including headlight wiring and brake cooling ductwork.  Venturies have been added to all carbs and details include linkage and fuel lines.
  • Interior has also been detailed, including dash knobs and toggle switches and hold down straps for the spare tire.
  • Paint is MCW Guardsman Blue.  Vehicle has been lightly weathered for pre-race, slightly worn appearance.

Entry # 10

John Cailey

#98 Willard Battery Special

Indy Roaster

 

Note:

  • ​Extra Interior details
  • Decal Execution
  • ​Two-tone paint scheme - used metalizer paint on various parts

Entry # 310

Nick Snyder

Bill Elliott #21 Motorcraft Ford Fusion

 

Note:

  • No additional information was provided

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Entry # 77

Jim Owen

Toyota GT-One TS020

 

Note:

  • Car was painted Tamiya TS-49 Bright red and TS-26 Pure white and cleared with TS-13 all sprayed directly from the can.

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Entry # 422

John M. Papp

"Plan B"

 

Note:

  • Ya know when you plan to build one kit, and it turns into "something else?" Built during the 2019 "24 Hour build."   It is modified, Pearl White Paint, Scale Motor Sport Decals, Scratchbuilt Driveshaft, Wired and plumbed motor.  
  • This is "Plan B" as we initially planned on building the Greenwood Corvette Decals, and they shattered in the water, completely destroyed!   During the 24 Hour Build, we really don't have time to deal with many problems, so we grabbed the closest Corvette Decals we could find, aka "Modern-Retro!" 
  • Even considering it was built in 24 hours, it is highly detailed, and a fun build. 

Entry # 272

Misha Koslovsky

Scarab Mk IV

 

Note:

  • Paint & Body: Being a slot car body, it had the front and rear grill areas opened. The SBC was fitted to fill the rear body holes. Wheel well panels were ground to scale thickness.
  • Interior details: Alclad metallics on panels & rollbar, P/E belts and pedals, parts box steering wheel, Valhelo paint on upholstery
  • ​Overall look: Finished short of receiving sponsor or number so as to focus on the racing lines of the body. It represents John Mecom's winner at Nassau with A.J. Foyt driving.

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Entry # 262

Phil Dauphinee

1967 Mustang Trans-Am

 

Note:

  • Converted AMT '67 Mustang Fastback into a notchback but grafting and modifying an AMT '66 Mustang roof. Rear taillight area extensively modified to represent notchback configuration
  • Engine uses Replicas & Miniatures dual four barrel manifold, aluminium side exhausts. Interior modified to '67 Trans-Am specifications. No rear seat, no carpet, roll bar
  • ​​This model represents the car which won the 1967 Trans-Am series

Sponsored by   TORCO / TNT

Entry # 405

Bill Edman Jr.

Alan Kulwicki Rookie T-bird

 

Note:

  • Paint detailing all over inside and out
  • Proper two-tone colors

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Entry # 403

Art Laski

Lola T89 Marlboro F3000 Car

 

Note:

  • The paint is Gravity Colors White and Flo Red with 2K clear.
  • Scratch-built shifter linkage, scratch built dump tank, Pro Tech Braided line added for brake lines, fuel lines and other plumbing. Alclad paint on wheels. 
  • ​​Scale Motorsport carbon fiber on tail, BMF under headers as heat shields, Scale Motorsport seat belt latch. Added aluminum tube to wheel centers, and Pro Tech valve stems.

Entry # 34

Kurt Womack

Renault R5 Turbo Rally

 

Note:

  • Box Stock, but added gauge decals, and added tread to the tires.
  • Used a hot gun stock checkering file to create the rain tires, which were key to winning the race the decals represent.
  • Weathered, because I think rally cars look stupid clean and shiny.

Entry # 312

Nick Snyder

Paul Menards #21 Ford Mustang

 

Note:

  • No additional information was provided

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Entry # 56

Paul Dunham

Corvette C7.R

 

Note:

  • Wired and plumbed engine bay
  • Cut open brake cooling vents in front fender and added scratch-built vanes

Entry # 290

Chuck Herrmann

Toyota 84C

 

Note:

  • Testors Classic White paint, kit decals (from 2004 Cartograph)
  • ​Added engine wiring

Entry # 33

Kurt Womack

Porsche 959

Paris-Dakar

Note:

  • Tamiya Porsche 959 with Modelling Master resin conversion kit made in Russia.  Added turbo to intercooler to intake plumbing.
  • ​Scratch-built shifter and pedals, interior parts added are water bottles and box, spare hold-down straps.  Engine wired.  Instructions were not accurate for some parts, researched to correctly do the hood pins.  Improved mud flaps.  Added interior panels to prevent daylight.
  • ​​Heavily weathered based on photos of the race.  Display base (not a diorama) is sand from Coral Pink Sandunes State Park in Utah, very similar to North Africa.

Entry # 280

Billy Kingsley

1992 Brett Bodine

 

Note:

  • Used 5 different decals sheets, main markings are AMT decals on a Monogram kit
  • Replicates 1992 Daytona Winner
  • All Quaker State logos and the car numbers are doubled for brightness

Entry # 424

John M. Papp

Penske Delivery Vette

 

Note:

  • OK, another of my "24 Hour Builds!"  (2018)  Dupont Automotive Paint over Silver Base, Decals from Scale Motorsports and several others, Scratchbuilt Driveshaft, wired and plumbed 427, Details, details, details. Photo Etch Gauges and linkages from Detail master
  • Lowered Suspension slightly for that "right look." 
  • The Delivery vette is the L-88 delete model Roger Drove from Bowling Green to Philly in the middle of the winter during a snowstorm wrapped in an indian blanket, this is a delete model, no heat, no radio, only horsepower, and RED, Sunoco Exec's said, "Hey Roger, how about painting it Sunoco Blue?"