Is the frame wood or styrene? And what did you make the casters out of?
All I ask, please, is NO Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Just once.
Thanks! If my eyes were thirty years younger, I would have tried to stripe them.
I’m stunned the Orange Naugahyde sofa actually WALKED anywhere. It couldn’t have been more than 20 steps, otherwise he wouldn’t have enough energy left to swing a golf club.
That really came together nicely, great job!!
My Greenlight Ford ramp truck was found almost at the opposite end of the die cast aisle, on a lower shelf, and turned almost away from view. If I hadn’t dropped one of my other selections, I probably wouldn’t have seen it. Just don’t understand the mindset.
No kidding! Kudos to you for that one! I want to do the Chevy Luv like that now.
Perfect!! The exhaust tip really ties the whole room together.
“Or Battle’s Sound” -Harry Harrison.
Nick Mason, the drummer from Pink Floyd, right? I knew he owned some cars.
Where did you get the seat from? And how?
I thought it was sold as “Sir Topham Hatt”’s car from Thomas the Tank Engine. I might be wrong.
I still have mine, although the windscreen did not survive, unfortunately.
This is a hybrid. This is a cross, ah, of Bluegrass, Kentucky Bluegrass, Featherbed Bent, and Northern California Sensemilia. The amazing stuff about this is, that you can play 36 holes on it in the afternoon, take it home and just get stoned to the bejeezus-belt that night on this stuff.
Please Tweet this to the Bungler-in-Chief on a daily basis.
Is that a re-wheeled HW Redline 280SL? If so, kudos, those wheels look awesome. If you painted the centers to match the body color, that would be even more incredible.
Love your shed door artwork!!
With the right background, that could almost pass for the real car...love the Lambda Sond badge on the grille. I obtained one of those badges from the wrecking yard, and carry it in my 945 for luck.
I’ve always thought that this would be interesting to do as a found-footage movie. Keep the creature just in shadow and glimpses for most of the movie, then hit an all-out attack at the end. But then I remember that Werner Herzog/Zak Penn Loch Ness movie, and I say “nah”