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SWAGON

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    1/8

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    Richmond, VA
  • Full Name
    Brandon Miller

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  1. http://www.ebay.com/itm/112140868215?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  2. Mostly finished with all the vents now. Such tedious work. The hardest part is trying to keep the openings gapped correctly. Few body nicks will need some filler but nothing major.
  3. Rough cut all the final body vents. Not perfect but this is my first time doing anything like this. First time soldering etc. I truly hope I can finish this car but am skeptical with all the work ahead.
  4. Just a minor update. Haven't had much time for it lately. Started cutting and filing/sanding the vents from the rear bottom panel of the car. I never intended on doing this because of how hard it will be to do the carbon decals but what the hell... All the vents are still rough and will need fine sanding and even a touch of filler for areas where I nicked the body with the dremel. Since I found an LM hood vent insert, I can start cutting the extra hood I got. Will have to pick up a 3rd hood for a stock version as well since I already cut the first which doesn't match the pre-made insert.
  5. Can't see photos at work but looking forward to seeing them at home. I know how that goes with the 1:1 project. I just finished getting my car back together and posted a quick video online that went viral and has gotten something stupid like 3.5million views.
  6. Any updates? This is probably my favorite model build ever and I anxiously await updates. I would love to see a real version of this!
  7. Unfortunately, no. I have been considering selling everything again. I just never can find the time. And I just finished putting my 1:1 project back together.
  8. The paint on these Pochers is super durable. Seems more like powder coat. The nose is the most durable of all the parts too. I cannot for the life of me, strip around the grill openings. I have sprayed it at least 5 times.
  9. Epic project!! I have admired that original rendering and didn't know someone built a full scale version. I just knew it was chosen in a contest to be featured in either the new Forza or Gran Turismo. I am following your roadster build on IG. Can't wait to see more progress.
  10. Was looking at this photo and it reminded me of the suggestions to make all the bolts silver. They look cad plated to me
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