Jump to content


MyBradKeselowski

Member Since 03 Dec 2008
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 09:31 PM
-----

Topics I've Started

Impala Tailights

20 December 2014 - 09:33 PM

I'm in need of taillights for a MPC 72 Impala.


MPC 72 IMPALA TAILLIGHTS

21 November 2014 - 06:29 PM

I'm in need of taillights for a MPC 72 Impala, if anyone has a pair they can give up then I would really appreciate it.

Just let me know what you might want for trade.

 

Thanks,

 

Steve


10 Camaro SS

28 September 2014 - 05:40 PM

I have not posted in awhile so thought I might post pics of my newest build within the last month or so.

 

This is Revell's SE 2010 Camaro SS,  I decided on changing the kit wheels with Pegasus custom wheel/tire combo.

 

I already know about how the wheels look to you guys but I like the custom tire out of the fender looks.

IMO I just like the aggressive looks.

 

I know that most of you won't like the looks but I'm happy with it and to me it looks good.  I did realize that after I put these wheels/

tires on that it makes it sit high and I should have test fitted the suspension to lower it when I was testing with the wheels but

I never really paid that much attention to it.  But now that I notice it I should have done that but I already had all of the suspension

in place on the chassis.

 

I had problems with the side windows on this kit so I just decided to leave them off as a (all windows down look).

I did use the ground effects package as it gives it a more aggressive look IMO and I like the way it looks with that package

on it.  I also went with the hockey stick decal option that Revell gives you.

 

I also wanted a white Camaro with the black hockey stripes so I just polished the white body that the kit is molded in and after

I applied the decals I shot the body and hood with Testor's Clear Gloss.

 

I also detailed the chassis with paint and boy this was a challenge as this took me about 3 days in all to get this done.

Well enough of what I did to this build, so now it's time for the pics. 

 

I hope you like it as much as I did building it.  Thanks for looking and comments... :rolleyes: