These models are examples of custom work we have done. If you had a car in the past that you would like us to replicate by altering a model let us know.
Can you guess which movie inspired this model? This was something built just for fun so we thought we would share it with you to give you an example of the different type of work we do. It is 1:24th scale with many different accessories added such as : guns, arrows, steel cables, cardboard boxes, ammo boxes, nitrous system and more. We can build you a model in this fashion.
World War II M-4 Sherman Tank
Models start at $125. This tank is 1:35th scale. Our specialty is custom work. We can make it look like it has gone through a war with shrapnel holes, mud caked on and oil leaks, etc.
1956 Chevy Bel Air
This model was custom made to be pro street and sold for $300. The customer had the actual car. At a car show, he showed his car and this model. He won an award for "Best Pro-Street Model" in the 2001 Southern Delaware Street Rod Association model contest.
This Chesapeake Bay Crab/Oyster Work Boat is an example of a custom order from a boat owner in Maryland. It is a scratch built work boat and is approximately 24 inches long. Pictures and measurements of the actual boat were taken. Then, the boat was created to look exactly like the original, down to the wrench on the table and hand-made baskets. The cost for a project such as this varies. A job such as the one pictured below would usually range from $600 to $2000. Hundreds of hours can be put into these scratch built models. If you are unfamiliar with the term "scratch built," this means the model was built from a miniature pile of lumber, just like a real boat. Everything is hand made.
This model was featured in the October, 2003 reader gallery in Fine scale Modeler Magazine.