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asfastasu

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About asfastasu

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    1/24-1/25

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    Manitoba, Canada
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    Aaron Johnson

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  1. Nice save and good choice on the color. I always enjoy watching your wips and the end result.
  2. Here's my contribution. Opened and hinged the hood and doors. Paint is Duplicolor from the can with Tamiya ts13 clear. Fujimi wheels and tires, and added the sunroof.
  3. Good looking car. What brand of yellow is that?
  4. asfastasu

    Mazda RX-7

    Thanks once again guys. I recently finished the 3rd gen rx7(Tamiya R1). Gonna have to post it soon.
  5. Thanks for the comments guys. Spottedlaurel you must get on yours, would be interesting to see what you come up with.
  6. A quick build from a couple of years ago. First airbrush paint job using Tamiya acrylics and cleared with ts13 straight from the can and then polished. Box stock except for the front tires and lowered suspension. Was a quick and fun build.
  7. Actually, the front bumper isn't glued on, it's just set in place and actually sits there on it's own. It does look a ton better without, and that's how I displayed it at first. But I would have to do something with the mounting holes. Was thinking about some bullets like you would see on a Cadillac, or something similar......
  8. Actually, the front bumper isn't glued on, it's just set in place and actually sits there on it's own. It does look a ton better without, and that's how I displayed it at first. But I would have to do something with the mounting holes. Was thinking about some bullets like you would see on a Cadillac, or something similar......
  9. This is pure awesomeness. Paint blows me away.
  10. Thanks alot guys!!!!! Get a lot of my inspiration/motivation from this forum.
  11. How did you use the boiling water to straighten the windshield post? Did you pour the water over the affected area only, or ? I ask because it looks really good after. Nice build. I have a friend with a 1:1 CRX, cool little cars.
  12. Well, at least you can remember the 70's. I can't. Cause I was born at the tail end, in '79.? Thanks for all the kind words, folks.
  13. Looks like you're off to a good start. I agree, the shine needs to be knocked down on the interior. I also suffer from 1/10th RC addiction and 1/24 & 1/25 model cars, but I guess there's a lot worse things to be addicted to.
  14. This is the Dirty Donnie's van kit. This is the first and only(so far) kit that I opened the doors on. Had to open the hood too as it was sealed, which is wierd as it includes an engine. Added the sunroof, Fujimi wheels and tires, and painted with Duplicolor Ford medium blue metallic with Duplicolor clear. Used the kit decals. Seems like I can only upload 2 pics for whatever reason, oh well?
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