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  1. Jaguar XK 120, Revell

    Very nice work. The paint job is perfect (not to shiny). With what did you re-chromed the windscreen frame ? I am actualy building the same model. I noticed an important gap between the hood and left fender.
  2. These two cars are really fantastic indeed ... Thank you for showing.
  3. Hi Pico, Very nice project. Sure, il will be outstanding ... Where can we see your other Figoni & Falaschi scratchbuilts, Talbot-Lago Tear Drop & Delahaye 165 ? Thank you.
  4. Very interested in your wire wheels. More d├ętails about them ? Like you I like pre-war models and i've a lot of them to build (like your Bugatti, Alfa-Romeo, Mercedes, etc ...) And for these models, I think you cannot avoid making your own wire wheels.
  5. A pair of Bugatti Type 50B engines

    Very impressed by this amazing work . Thank you for sharing it with us ...
  6. Thank you for these very clear explanations Tapani. As I have an unbuilt Continental kit, perhaps I will buy the Zephyr body if available. Another question : wich car is it on the left of the second picture (dark red roadster) ?
  7. You say that Airtrax 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe fits the Monogram '41 Lincoln Continental kit. I'm surprised because I thought the Continental wheelbase was longer than the Zephyr wheelbase. So, how can it fit ? Or perhaps, am I wrong ?
  8. 1936 Toyoda AA

    Thank you all for looking ...
  9. Larry's '51 Jaguar XK120 coupe....In his own words

    Fantastic realization.
  10. Revell Citroen 2CV "Sausss Ente"

    A perfect build for this 2CV ...
  11. 1936 Toyoda AA

    I just finished the 1936 Toyoda AA from Tamiya. First of all, no error in the name : "Toyoda" became "Toyota" only in 1937 (only to have a beter sound in japaneese language). For this realization, I have chosen the authentic color named "Haizakura" amongst the 3 colors which were available in 1936 for this car. I'm very satisfied with the paint which is not too shiny for those days. The building process is in the section " On the workbench ".
  12. 1936 Toyoda AA

    Thank you for looking the building process ( even if very few comments ) The finished model is now in the "Under Glass" section ...
  13. And on which date is the baby expected ? ...