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  1. 13 hours ago, afx said:

    My guess, the battery would be located in the foot well on the passenger side similar to the Cooper Monaco chassis of that era.

     

     

    13 hours ago, ChrisR said:

    I still have this reference photo from when I did mine.

     

    Perfect guys thanks for the pics. 


  2. 13 hours ago, ChrisR said:

    Please post a picture of the part that fits behind the door panel as I would like replicate that for my Birdcage. Top right hand parts in your photo.

    THanks

     

    Here you go. The passenger side is longer than the driver side

     

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  3. 4 hours ago, ChrisR said:

    Did the battery came with the kit? I also notice two parts than I never received when I got mine. Mine was finished without those parts.

    Battery was included but I can’t really figure out where it’s supposed to go. Any ideas??


  4. Hi all,

    While I waited for my next kit to arrive in the mail I thought I'd get started on this Aardvark Maserati Tipo 61 in the meantime. This version of Andy's great kit is for Jim Hall's no. 66 white car or the red Shelby car. I'll be doing the Jim Hall car. The kit looks great and it's quite simple. Basically what you see below is everything included in the kit minus the vac formed windshield.

    Got everything prepped primed and also made the photo etch/white metal wire wheels. The resin body quality is really good, just a few places to patch up with putty and deepen the panel lines. Keeping my fingers crossed that the decals hold up...

    Thanks for looking in!

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  5. Hi all. While waiting for my next project to arrive I tried my hand at painting this 1/24 figure of 'il Commendatore' Enzo Ferrari I had stashed. The resin figure I used was a Modeler's product conveniently named only "Team Owner". I'm guessing this was to avoid copyrights, but it's pretty obvious this figure was supposed to be Ferrari. I think it's a little on the small size in relation to my 1/24 builds, but only slightly. Anyways, had a fun first time trying to paint figures any tips and comments are appreciated! I used Ak interactive and tamiya acrylics. The 250 GTO is a Fujimi kit i completed last year. Thanks for looking in!

     

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  6. Looks awesome! Absolutely love the E30. The warped bonnet is troubling though, especially since this kit was recently released. Thanks for the heads up, ill be sure to check bonnet warping before buying this kit

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