Peek! – SpectraFlame blue Passion..Candy Flamed!

Coming up soooooon!  Spectraflame Deep Blue passion/merc with two layers & colors of candy flames!  Detailed base..head AND tail lights painted on..white wall RR’s!

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Stretched Merc..in process..post clear stage!

Here’s a peek at the stretched merc coming up.  This is post clear stage as all moving panels had to be removed or risk bridging gaps…which is not a good thing!  So now…the task of sanding/polishing begins.  Followed by assembly.  Im looking at several days before its done…but…with any luck and no sand thru incidents…she will be ready sometime, late, this coming weekend.  Stay tuned!!

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Candy Flamed Custom Convoy!

Here are some better pics of the multilayer flame Candy-fied Custom Convoy!  Major details…all lights..black washed grill, engine, steps, bumpers, mud flsps, fuel tanks. Drilled exhaust stacks and realistic “scraped” 5th wheel trailer hitch.  Redline Real Riders all around…one of one!

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Orange fade bus with tribals and Dark Purple/blue top!

This beauty has several subtle fades with multiple colors and layers of candy and pearl colors.  Tribal flames on top, nose, and sides.  Multilayer candy pagan gold traditional flames on lower sides.  One of one with detailed lights and logo.  RRs up front with sanded tread rears.  All with white letter Goodyears!

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Blue Blazes Silverado 4×4 – DONE!

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Ok…here is a final peek/first look…fully assembled Blue Blazes Silverado 4×4! 
More to come!

Peeeek! – 1of1 Custom Convoy!

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Quick peek at a multilayer flames custom convoy…one of one…detailed out!!  She is a sweet one!  Coming SOON!

Blue Blazes 4×4 chassis mod and details

Here is a side by side comparison of a stock silverado 4×4 chassis and the one I’ve just finished for the Blue Blazes edition one of one.  Smoothed and polished bumpers, grill, side steps, front and rear axles/differentials, plus hand painted blackout chassis and drilled exhaust tips.  Of course the most notable mod is the custom made rear drive shaft!  Old solid block style “shaft” was drilled/cut/removed and ground very smooth so as to not catch the eye.  Then two holes were drilled in chassis where the drive line should attach.  Stainless steel tubing was cut to length and ends beveled/polished.  It was then mounted using brass rod in each end.  The tension holds the shaft extremely stable but still was given a drop of epoxy for lasting results.

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Final Peek…Blue Blazes 4×4 Silverado

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Think its done except some details…will see while I get some others ready.  4×4 chassis.