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  1. Thank You all very much for Your comments!
  2. Thank You very much! @ Peter: The fluid stains on the floor must have come from one of my other classic car which sit in the same garage 😉😁 Best regards Ludwig
  3. Thomas, great save of a rare Jo-Han kit. Superb paint-job. High quality, as usual with Your builds. Model on! Ludwig
  4. Great save of a extremely rare model/kit.
  5. The tires came from my parts box, but I can't remember to which model kit they originally had belonged to.
  6. Thank You very much for Your comments!
  7. Thank You, guys! Body color is Tamiya "Royal light grey", clear coated with Tamiya TS 13. Since the 62 Pontiac SD 421 was built for people with performance in mind, I gave the model a very "plain" look, painting it light grey, with black steel wheels as a contrast. Regards Ludwig
  8. Thomas, as usual a fine model car from Your "assembly line". The body color suits this early sixties car very well. Best regards Ludwig
  9. Thank You very much for Your comments!
  10. Took me a a lot of time to get this two-tone cruiser done. But here it is: 58 Edsel from the "Ford family of fine cars".
  11. Hi Thomas, Your 59 Impala is "spot on". A classic car in a classic color combination. Nice and shiny! Regards Ludwig
  12. Due to poor details in the engine bay, I did not build the motor, so the hood stays closed for this time.
  13. A kit from AMT. Body color is Tamiya TS 42 (light gun metal), customized stove bolt six and smoothie wheels with moon caps.
  14. Hi Thomas, nice, clean build. Color is spot on! Regards Ludwig
  15. Thank You all very much! I appreciate Your comments!
  16. Thank You, guys! Chrome is BMF except for the moldings in both sides of the car which were separate chrome parts as well as the windshield frame.
  17. A model-kit from Monogram (1995) which I built in "snow crest white" and a blue interior. Two rear antennas are still on my work bench...
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