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About LotusGuy238

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  • Birthday 03/20/1999

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    Salisbury North Carolina
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    Evans Leinbach

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  1. Lamborghini Countach Twin Turbo

    Ok, thanks for the ideas guys. I will give it a try today and see if I can get it done right.
  2. Lamborghini Countach Twin Turbo

    No the flares are already on the body and correct. I just have to fab the side skirts.
  3. For my next project I have decided to convert my 1/24 Revell Lamborghini Countach into the twin turbo concept. The only problem I have is the side skirts. I have tried a few things to attempt to create them with no avail. Any idea on what I could do to create these? Thanks, Evans
  4. Revell Aston Martin DB4

    Yes they did! The wire wheels that came with the kit were awful. I recieved the wire wheels and tires from a meme bed here on the forum. They are from the Tamiya Jaguar MK2 Saloon.
  5. Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

    I didnt really see a way to modify the mounting points but I'm sure if you spend a little time on it you could figure something out. Honestly I think your best bet with the kit is to use a two part epoxy and rig up a way to hold the body to the chassis. That's what I did and it worked quite well.
  6. Revell Ford GT

    I didn't even notice the mirrors. Thanks for the tip I'll have to do it.
  7. Revell Aston Martin DB4

    It is tamiya spray lacquer. I believe the number is ts-58.
  8. Nissan Skyline GTS-R (R31)

    This is a kit from fujimi. I added a few period correct accessories to the car to make it look more custom. I added new wheels, antenna, and made a bigger exhaust from aluminum tubing. This is probably one of my favorite builds I’ve done so far. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks, Evans
  9. FD RX7

    I accuired this kit from a friend. It is an Aoshima model. It is a simple kit and looks good done. I added the sleepy eyes to make it look a little different. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks, Evans
  10. Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

    The is the revell of Germany version of this kit. I’m not a real big fan of this car but it still is a great looking vehicle. I tried my best to make this model as detailed as possible. I don’t know how the color combo goes together but I think it works. The only problem with this model is fitting the body to the chassis. It has terrible fitment but if you manage to hold it together long enough and use a little jb weld it hold well. Let me know what you think. Thanks, Evans
  11. Revell Aston Martin DB4

    This is the original issue of this model I picked up at the Concours de Elegance at Amelia Island for a good price. This is a very cool and detailed model for it to be so old. Obviously fitment wasn’t too great but it came out nice in the end. I love the color I chose. Let me know what you think. Thanks, Evans
  12. Porsche 911 Turbo

    This is the enthusiast model of the 911 Turbo from fujimi. Overall fitment isn’t too great but if you are patient you can really make a good looking detailed model of this awesome car. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks, Evans
  13. Revell Ford GT

    This is the snap-tire version of the 2017 Ford GT from Revell. For being such a simple kit, this model was actually really detailed. I’m looking forward to the release of the full detail kit from Tamiya. I have more photos that I’ll try to upload later because it’s not letting me upload them. Let me know what you think. Thanks, Evans
  14. Porsche 918 Spyder

    This is my Porsche 918 Spyder from revell. I purchased wheels from Plasmo to convert this car into the Weissach package version of the car. Overall I thought this was a good kit and enjoyed building it. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks, Evans
  15. Tamiya F40

    Hello everyone, I have been posting progress about models and haven’t posted finished products. Finally I have gotten time to photograph all of them and post them. First up is this tamiya Ferrari F40. I got this model for 4.99 at a car show and it was missing wheels and a few other miscellaneous parts. I decided to try and dim the wheels for the LM version of this car and thanks to the wanted section I found them. I then scratch built the rest of the things needed for the conversion like the exhaust and rear spoiler and interior details. After fighting lots of body figment issues I completed the model. I think it turned out pretty well. Let me know what you guys think. thanks, Evans