Lanny Haas cut another notch in his model-building belt with his cleanly constructed ’49 Mercury Woody Wagon. He chalked up a surfin’ themed spring-time win between waves. You can just see his little woody surrounded by the girls on the beach . . .
Lanny Haas rolled into the Winners’ Circle with a traditional mild custom ’49 Mercury Woody wagon built in his signature clean and understated style. This one was built straight from the freshly released Revell kit.
Way to go, Lanny!
It had to happen. After being squeezed out of the Winners’ Circle for a couple of months, Lanny Haas placed a deceptively nicely executed Outlaw on the table and stole the show! It’s easy to overlook a box stock show car until you really look at the exceptional paint detailing and superb decaling that went into this replica of Ed “Big Daddy” Roth’s iconic show car.
Congratulations, “Big Daddy” Lanny!
Raoul Coulombe came roaring back into the Winners’ Circle with his precisely-detailed factory stock rendition of a stunning 1970 Ford Torino Cobra Jet in an uncommon but pleasing Grabber Green.
Congratulations, Raoul!! It’s a beauty.
Michael Albright broke Lanny’s winning streak with a killer full-fendered ’32 Deuce roadster in Aztec Gold with a red interior! The more you looked at this classic street rod, the more you enjoyed what you saw.
Congratulations, Mike! Good job!!
Lanny Haas raced past the competition with another stunning model, an exceptionally well detailed Silver Bullet short track Camaro. Copping yet another checkered flag finish, you gotta wonder, ‘Can he be beaten?’
DESERT SCALE CLASSIC
DSC 14 will be Saturday, April 14, 2018 in Phoenix – – the second weekend of April.
The next Cactus Car Modelers meeting ~ will be held on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 7:00 pm Contest Theme is “Builder’s Choice.”
The meeting will be at the Glenn Ford residence.
The most recent Cactus Car Modelers Club Newsletter!
CCM 2013-09 V10 N1
Lanny “The Streak” Haas continued to thrill and amaze the club with his endless repertoire of killer builds in October when he rolled out a ’50 Ford F1 and custom (scratchbuilt) trailer combo.
The build was inspired by a 1:1 rig he saw in a hot rod publication.