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Luc Janssens

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About Luc Janssens

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  • Birthday 07/10/1968

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    1/25 & 1/24th

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  1. 1/25 MPC 890 - Joker Getaway Car

    Works for me!
  2. 1977 Plymouth Fury Military Police

    Looking good, but one suggestion if I may, next time before applying the decals, first shoot a gloss coat of clear, that way the decals don't silver, then seal with gloss again and then matt
  3. Revell 1968 Chevelle

    Same modus operandi as Revell Germany did with US merchandise, every quarter hobby shops here receive a listing of R-M product they can order. Oh well.
  4. BMW 2002 tii `71

    very nice! anyway, I've noticed Hasegawa released another variation of this kit, this time a 2000 tI, with hubcaps
  5. Revell 1968 Chevelle

    now since they're one company, I wonder if availability in Europe will be improved, anyone in the know?
  6. Atlantis Model & The Ex-Revell/Aurora/Renwal Molds

    if it's part of the deal and they're willing to invest, to tool up a tire mold and one for glass too, it will happen, what's otherwise the point of having it, unless they needed a heavyweight doorstop
  7. Decal Sheets from Tamiya 500 SEC Lorenser (Updated)

    Steve is right, checked mine as well and there are no decals in this kit, one has to paint the seat pattern license plates cluster etc.... Gerry maybe once there were aftermarket decals and you lost those? Luc
  8. Would be nice, if Round-2 tools up an accessory set of lenses, one can use to upgrade their promo-style kits. Until then the offering by Barchetta will have to do....
  9. One doesn't need an optivisor to assemble this.

    Not the first time, in the '90s in New York GM did the same with a GMC Sonoma, Mat Irvine who back then had a column called Freewheeling in the British magazine, Scale Models international reported it back then, dunno If I still have that copy, but if I do, I'll. scan it...
  10. Saw this one posted on the FB group "I Love Scale Models". Since the tires are already mounted on the rims, I'm wondering if tire melt would be a problem here
  11. Fireball Modelworks is designing just that, check out his FB site for the 3D renderings....
  12. Test Shots and Other Parts Oddities

    Someday before I leave this blue rotating big ball, I'd like to have a full series of test shots(first shot up to approved for production shot) together with all the prints of the photo shoot and the 3D files. But the chances to that are slim, I'm guessing.....
  13. RIP Burt Reynolds

    As a tribute, I'm posting my old built of the Monogram kit.