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Found 2 results

  1. MODEL...(MARGE OCEAN GOING SALVAGE TUG/SEAHAWK SALVAGE)...1/72nd scale...Lindberg model...98% major conversion & micro detail. DATA...This posting is in reply to a (PM) request by member Willen...who in mid June, requested to see any of my previous work(s) and models from the 70's. This is one of the very few that my wife and I did not donate to varied clubs & museums...This is an old Lindberg (plastic model)...that I used the hull and bulkheads from and did a complete conversion, micro detail building and scratch building on to get the finished piece (as seen in the photos)...The work took over 300 hours and was built for the 1973 Western Regional of I.P.M.S. MODEL AWARDS: 1. 1973 I.P.M.S. Western Regional (NV) 1st Place (SPM3) 2. 1973 Griswalds Invitational Open (CA) 1st Place (Ships Power) 3. 1974 I.P.M.S. Western Regional (NV) Masterpiece Single Winner 4. 1974 Anaheim Invitational Open (CA) 1st Place (Ships Power) 5. 1974 Scottsdale Invitational (AZ) 1st Place (Ships Power) & (Best Of Ships Category) 6. 1975 Pebble Beach Art Fest Open (CA) 1st Place (Ships/All Types) & (Best Of Category) 7. 1975 I.P.M.S. Grand Nationals (WI) 1st Place (Ships Power) & (Best Of Category) & Grand Master Single Winner 8. 1976 Huntington Art Fest (CA) 1st Place (Ships) & Master Craftsman Award Winner 9. 1977 Brighton Invitational (UK) 1st Place (Ships) & Brighton Cup Winner (Best Foreign Entry) 10. 1993 Hobbytown Invitational (NV) Champion Trophy Winner (Ships) The model is retired... Paul (Catdancer)
  2. From a very early age, I had no parents...as my profile states...I have been married to a wonderful lady for (40+) years...her father became the closest thing to my having a " dad " and with all my love and respect through his living years...I called him " pop ". I built this piece as a nostalgic memory of that wonderful man (T.O. Dunn). T. O. Dunn Junkyard & Salvage: Vintage pickup truck...at the gas pump is a Wheelworks metal miniature truck kit. Rusted junk car...car in work area...tractor...are all die-cast toys that have been reworked. Human figures...are all Preiser figures. The diorama is completely scratch built...all the wooden buildings (office/outhouse/lumber area/car work hoist/building under construction/front gate/fences) are all built to scale with/from hardwood scale lumber...The tiny office is completely detailed on the inside...the whole diorama is wired so that all the lights in the office & on the power poles work. All of the hundreds of items found within the junkyard are either scratch built or items from my parts box. I have tried to give you an overall and panoramic view of the piece...I am sorry to say that I can not show the dozens of tiny details that are contained within these few posted photographs...but I hope that you enjoy this brief look at one of the " pieces of my miniature pride ". Thank you...Catdancer!
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