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heinz74

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About heinz74

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    1/12

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    netherlands
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    henry van meer

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  1. resin ,straight out of the box i guess..they look built by GT Spirit..but i could be wrong..
  2. Caterham Super Seven JPE (Tamiya 1/12)

    i never really built a Tamiya kit in large scale (except for a Suzuki motorcycle 20 years ago),and a Caterham is not my cup of tea ,but with some clean building and some more detailing this could easily be one of the greatest kits in this scale sort of reduces a 1/12 Monogram to a kid's toy.. go easy on the paint..you kinda lucked out ,because the panels are all seperate..which makes it a lot easier..Best of luck with it but you're a smart guy..you'll figure it out..
  3. Monogram Big Scale Corvettes

    it will probably fire right up too..by the looks of it..
  4. 1/12 1969 Camaro

    i try to make an effort..hahaha..here's the chassis..
  5. 1/12 1969 Camaro

    can be done though..
  6. 1/12 1969 Camaro

    the wipers are bent..straight out of the box..i remember..i guess i slightly warmed them up and twisted them..
  7. 1/12 `67 Corvette, this time in white

    nailed it again.. this thing looks real..its a shame we are oceans apart ,i would really wanna sit down and see how you build these i've been loving your builds forever..the larger scales in particular.. great job on this "Vette.
  8. 1965 Corvette Stingray 2016 Revell RoG issue

    that's why i never use acrylic rattlecans anymore.. if something goes wrong you're toast and so is youre model.. same goes when you rub through the different types of coats..even when you are using everything Motip ..it still can cause a reaction.. i screwed myself once by painting over Tamiya acrylic (i forgot that i used it on that subject)with i believe Duplicolor.. everything looked fine ...but after a month or 2 the model was a write-off..full of cracks in its paint..(1969 Charge 1/24 scale) anyway..i block sanded my vette,to get as straight as possible.. then 2 light coats of Standox plastic primer..after that a couple of light coats of Standox Topfuller.. blocksanding again to a mirrorfine finish (p1500 waterproof)..followed by Standox basecoat in red and MS clearcoat.. all automotive ..did no coloursanding or buffing afterwards the thing still shines like day one.. albeit a bit expensive ,but at this scale you kinda need to go nine yards.. just start over Erik..and make sure that previous layers are bonedry before attempting touch up work..
  9. 1965 Corvette Stingray 2016 Revell RoG issue

    i love those decals they included this time..makes it all so much more realistic..i wish i had those when i did mine..oh well ..missed again like i said build this as clean as possible and it'll do..it's never gonna be a Tamiya large scale kit..but it isn't priced like that either.. i also toned down the shine on the engine chrome,. the brightness at this scale makes it look like an oversized Hot Wheels toy when finished.. most of the chrome in my kit was gone or scratched over the years so had to redo most of it.. keep up the good work Erik ,you'll get there..
  10. 1965 Corvette Stingray 2016 Revell RoG issue

    i build this thing a while back..(there is a topic here)..from i believe one of the first issues ever...molded in all red body and interior and black floorpan and suspension i did a ton of clean up work on the body..this was the worst i've ever seen in a modelkit.. i ended up blocksanding the whole thing and then using the same paint system ,one would do on a real car..all automotive paint.. this issue you have, seems no better..a big plus are the decals in this case..on mine they were long gone because of age.. this kit also screams 'detail' in a big way...,'cause it's just a magnified 1/24 ..i added some lines to the injection system and cooling ,so now it has some sort of credit in the looks departement try to build as clean as possible ,and then it'll be a nice model.. maybe i'll do one in black ...somewhere down the line...still a shame they didn't include some extra wheels and options.. and modelshows/competitions.?.overhere in Holland..mmmm.. never heard of any..must have a look at that..
  11. about how many models have you

    i only got 4 large scale cars built..and one 57 Chevy in 1/12 sitting on the shelf.. i don't wanna stash anything ..what i buy gets built anyway ,or whenever i feel like it.. when it comes to 1/18 diecasts..thats another story..got about 60 of them..even a couple of 1/12 models.. most of these 1/18 models have been modified ,in terms of wheels ,color or engine.. sadly for Euro guys there aren't many good kits of european cars around that look great when built..some Revell Germany kits are way off in proportion so i don't buy or build them..and the fact i find 1/24-25 a little small for my taste.. and you never ever come across a US Muscle car overhere..except for shows or meetings...so relating to that subject is hard also... i never got to drive a Charger or Cuda..Firebird or Mustang in Highschool like you guys, hahaha...so there's no sentiment..
  12. Shelby Cobra 427 S/C

    yep it really is..he hit the ball out of the park..and it hasn't even landed yet
  13. 1:16 Scale Revell 1934 3 window Coupe !

    yep reissue them..in 1/12 or even 1/8 scale...nice big MCG photoetc kit to go with it..that would be something..
  14. 1/8 1969 Corvette C3 finally done

    whow..that's some build there!..miles away from the original kit.. have you got some photo's of the engine and drivetrain..(fahrwerk und bremsen?hinterachse und getriebe..usw)...?
  15. very tempting..,what to do?

    that will ad up to about 1100 euro's in total..which is a lot of cash ..in the end.. but you'll likely will not come across anything like it..it's not the kind of exotic subject you can get from Pocher or such..(which i personaly feel nothing for) i always thought about the Manta A as being as close to a US GM muscle car ,as we could get back in late 60's early 70's (check the shape of it) i'm still biased though..i probably couldn't get suscribed here in the Netherlands ,but having relatives in Germany..i should be able ..sort of.. already got one in 1/18 (slightly modified) diecast.. think i need to sleep on it..long and hard..