Mark Crowel of Mattawan, Michigan sent these pictures of cardboard Studebaker models that he built from scratch. Mark drew the plans and make the patterns used to make these models. The models were built from chipboard, which is a lightweight cardboard that is commonly found on the back of legal pads. Mark describes the construction method as "strip and panel." The center section and side sections or fenders are each made of two chipboard panels drawn and cut to each section's profile shape. Each pair of panels is then joined together by cardboard strips glued edge-to-edge along the panel's profile. For color, Mark uses colored paper, posterboard, or crayon on white paper. Mark is seeking commissions to build models for interested parties. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
1950 Starlight Coupe