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Scale Models

Bruce is a member of Oregon Historical Modelers Society.
His specialty is 1/48th scale models, mostly aircraft.
He has also made a few models of other subjects such as cars.

L1271 Being Built

OHMS has a yearly "Flights of Fancy" contest. This is a 1/48th Testors Lockheed SR-71 and a 1/48th Hasegawa Falcon 10 fuselage "kit bashed" together to make a supersonic biz-jet "Lockheed L1271 Tri-Sonic Star." This was during construction, before paint was applied. Finished model was OHMS Model of the Year in 1993.

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A "stretched" Fiero. Made from two Monogram 1985 Fiero kits, cut and spliced together to make a four-seat Fiero. Won Best in Show award at Tammies Hobbies in 1991.

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GM made four show cars based on Corvette styling. This was the "Waldorf Nomad" shown at the New York Auto Show in 1954. It was so well received that GM rushed the 1955 Chevrolet Nomad into production. The model is made from four kits; two AMT 1955 Nomads, one AMT 1955 Corvette, and one Monogram 1955 Corvette. The body was made from 25 pieces cut from various parts of the kits. Paint is custom mixed to match the photos of the real car, and the decals to create the side trim were custom made with a process called IdentiColor.

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