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    Alex Kustov

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  1. Porsche 904 GTS Carrera

    Oooo, that looks really good.
  2. Audi sport Quattro S1 updated 2/2/19

    Looks wonderful.
  3. My parent's 1960 VW Beetle

    Wait - the body is done? I was hoping you'd polish the paint. As is, especially with all the other amazing detail you add to this build, it looks a bit "orange peely" - unless this is a desired effect, of course.
  4. My parent's 1960 VW Beetle

    This is NUTS! Amazing attention to detail and execution!
  5. Hard to find words to describe this. Very inspirational. Thank you for sharing this amazing build with us!
  6. Revell V.W Golf Gti

    Ah, I love these little buggers - very nice start.
  7. 69 Camaro

    Cool color! Will fit this car real well.
  8. Lamborghini Huracan Performante, Aoshima, 1/24

    Good start!
  9. Me? Doing a Ford? Nahhh!!!! Really? (LeMans Ford GT)

    Looks good! Funny thread name.
  10. Hasegawa BMW 318i Touring Car Longhurst B&H version

    Very nice!
  11. My parent's 1960 VW Beetle

    Cool project. Wonderful period photos! Good luck!
  12. BMW M3 1/7/19 update

    Very nice start. Love these racing E30's.
  13. Insane Pagani Huayra...WARNUNG: photo heavy

    A build to remember and be proud of. Top job Dann.
  14. Revell BMW 507

    Engine looks really good! Love the little detail that you added and the wash is perfect! Great work on the wheels as well. Coming along nicely!
  15. Fully detailed Pagani Huayra..Under Glass

    No, that's absolutely spot on. I used to be a perfectionist and little things would drive me nuts! I would re-paint entire bodies because of small specs of dust. But then I realized it does not do me any good and uses up more of my modeling time, which I don't have enough to begin with. So I became a "good enough for me" model builder. And you know what - its great!