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MarcelT4

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  1. I made the side parts myself. From Sheet.
  2. Starter kit are this https://images.app.goo.gl/aULAXnN1qv28ckcR6 It is a monogram.
  3. Hello, here I show you my 1939 Chevrolet from Revell. The roof is chopped. The rear fenders were widened and moved up. The front fenders were also widened and the running boards were adapted. The chassis is changed, all suspensions and rear axle are selfmade. LS3 engine with Supercharger. The paint is Candy-Blue 2 over silver and 2K clear coat. The rims were created and printed by myself. Also the interior in Corvette C2 style
  4. Hello, here I show you my 1939 Chevrolet from Revell. The roof is chopped. The rear fenders were widened and moved up. The front fenders were also widened and the running boards were adapted. The chassis is changed, all suspensions and rear axle are selfmade. LS3 engine with Supercharger. The paint is Candy-Blue 2 over silver and 2K clear coat. The rims were created and printed by myself. Also the interior in Corvette C2 style
  5. That is correct. I thought if it was built without fenders, it was a high boy. But it's not always a Rat Rod. Then what do you call this version? Just Hot Rod?
  6. That's only Candy-Violet over silver and Gold groundcoat.
  7. Thanks. The Body paint is Candy-Violet and the flames are painted. Tires are 3D print and the Whitewall are painted. I have this car chopped and channelled.
  8. Here a 1956 Chevrolet Nomad with Candy-Paint.
  9. Hello, here my own favorite paintjob. Paint with Zero Fine Silver, Zero Candy Flame Red, Tamiya Smoke, Tamiya Clear Red and finally Zero Paints Diamond 2K Clear. A very cool Candy effect.
  10. The taillights and rear panel are from a overtuned Maisto Pro Rodz Mustang. I stripped the varnish and repainted them with Tamiya clear red and Molotow.
  11. Here are some pictures of the almost finished Mustang. I hope it still pleases you.
  12. Hello, Today both Minis in a double pack. Unfortunately both don't come across so nice in artificial light.
  13. You had to wait a long time, but now it could finally go on with the BMW Mini. In Germany, the longed-for honeycomb grid is now available as etched parts. But see for yourself.
  14. Today I finished the suspensions and put on the wheels. Also the interior is almost finished. Here are some pictures.
  15. Hello, After I got fed up with the printer, I worked on the Mustang. First, I took the underbody and attached the suspensions. Since the cardan shaft was now too short, the ends were simply separated and glued to a piece of Casting again. I also finished the interior and primed. Then the first color applied to the interior. After the taillights had bathed almost 72 hours in Dowanol, these were finally freed from the paint and could be properly colored using Tamiya Clear Red. And now a taste of the color. And of course the wheels too. Now I'm curious about opinions.
  16. Thanks all. Now a very short update. After the 3D printer left, I now had to use the printed parts I had. But first I finished the engine so far and pulled a strap on it. Then I used the front suspension. Now I'll have to decide if I fix the old printer or get myself a Creality Ender.
  17. Now continue. Have the engine a try in the room named after him. And once the complete Airride printed and painted. So far from me, now you again.
  18. Well mild custom he gets in the body, but more of a wild custom.
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