garage 58

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  1. 1 Ted
    August 25, 2012 at 7:25 pm


    You lost me at the beginning of the video with “opening irises”. Had to go back and watch the next few minutes a second time. Then, you cut to Alan’s TIME MACHINE. Holy craftsmanship!

    So glad to hear paid commissions are filling up the garage at the moment.


  2. 2 Carwyn
    August 25, 2012 at 11:12 pm


    Some great looking models there, I know you’ll do a great paint job on the Nautilus. The Time machine is a totally superb piece of engineering and light rigging.

    I just want to share with you something. Growing up around here most kids would watch the saturday cartoons “Duck tales”, “Chip and Dale” and so on and would dream of going to Disney land for vacation. I never really did any of that I can clearly remember growing up watching shows like “Doctor Who”, “Star Trek”, “The Invaders”. Sci-fi became part of me and how it was put together and made facinated me and to this day I still have VHS tapes somewhere in my attick filled shows like “Movie Magic” and “How did they do that” (last one was a british show). And I just want to let you know that if I were asked “where in the world I would like to visit?” my answer would be simple forget Paris, the Pyramids or the Grand Canyon. It may sound corny but it happens to be true the place that is my Disneyland is your Garage. Everything you do in there all the work you put in and the love for it that you have shows and it both impresses me and puts a smile on my face. Isn’t it silly to wish to be standing there getting covered in dust working away but I can think of nothing I’d rather do.

    Please pass along my well wishes to your wife with her treatment and recovery. I hope that one day I’ll be able to greet you both in person and maybe share a beverage of your choice with you both.

    All my best wishes


  3. August 26, 2012 at 1:01 am

    Dude, I thought YOUR Nautilus was badass until I saw that one. (don’t get me wrong, yours is fantastic) I’m assuming that’s entirely a display piece and doesn’t dive. I don’t see how you could even go about making all of that water tight. I love the time machine and the Mustang too. 🙂

  4. 6 Dab
    August 26, 2012 at 5:00 am

    Hey Neil
    How did you attach the back half of your helmet halo? Did you put some pins in it or some how graft it back on?

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