Model Car Gallery | Dan McLaughlin | Dan McLaughlin 1955 Nomad

450 hours over a 14 month period to build this car. The complete frame, floorboard, and interior are scratch-built. The frame has 61 pieces of plastic and 2 pieces of aluminum rod all welded together with MBS solvent cement. The floor and interior are made with styrene sheets of different thicknesses. The engine has all aluminum pullies by Detail Master, the brakes are by Model Car Garage, wheels by Hoppin' Hydros. The body has a 66 Nova back glass and posts grafted to the front for the windshield. The tail lights are laid forward and crafted out of 93 cent clear red tooth brush handle. Topped off with Cobalt Pearl Blue and Arctic White by PPG.

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