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Countach Highway Patrol

14 August 2014 - 06:37 PM

Having some fun with a little 1/32 scale Lamborghini Countach. I took the Police equipment from a Malibu Police car and transplanted it into the Lambo.


I narrowed the light bar. I may try to make it a little more low profile but that's not a huge priority for this build.





I found a set of decals that I think are for a 1/43 scale car. Looked like they'd fit just right when I saw them in the store. . .



And they definately do!




Many kits to trade!

28 July 2014 - 08:07 PM

I have these kits for trade.


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Most are Complete.


The 30th anniversary Camaro is missing a radio decal. The shifter has been glued to the center console.

The Hotwheels Racing Camaro is missing the decal sheet. A few parts of the Chassis and Body have been glued already.

The Mercedes has a coat of silver paint on the body and hood.

The Chrysler 300 has the doors, hood, and trunk glued shut.


All others are complete and unstarted.



I am interested in Mid 80s Chevy pickups, 60s and 70s GM muscle cars, or a non snap 90's Impala SS.


I would also trade multiple kits for a 1/16 scale Ferrari F40 or Lamborghini Coutach kit.

1/24 Lamborghini Countach wheels and tires

24 July 2014 - 04:23 AM

I'm looking for a set of wheels, the style in the attached picture. I need a set that has the wider rear wheels and tires.

does anyone make newer cargo van bodies?!

10 July 2014 - 12:22 PM

I'm hoping someone makes a newer style Ford Econoline or Chevy Express body.

1/16 Mustang body painted for work

27 November 2013 - 07:01 PM

Our Auto Tech at work built a display to show off remote starter features and operation to clients and used an RC Mustang. It is a really cool display but I thought it would be better if we threw a little branding on it. Basically an excuse for me to start another painting project (which I probably didn't really need). I took the body apart and went to work turning it into a Geek Squad Mustang.


The yellow had to go! First step was to sand it down, primer, and a couple coats of orange!



I printed a sheet of Geek Squad decals. These are on clear decal film. Made a bunch of sizes in case I get the itch for a Geekmobile in another scale!



I used another printout on regular paper to make paint masks.



ready for some white.



A little brush painting to bring out some details, glued the lights back in, and popped in the window.



And of course a custom license plate!



Here she is on display. the fog lights flash when activating some functions and the rear tires spin when the remote start is activated.