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Kararic

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    Meridian, ID
  • Full Name
    Asmir Kararic
  1. Greetings, Just finished this AMT 1960 Chevrolet Custom Fleetside kit. The kit is very nice and it builds easy. I decided to lower the truck slightly since it sat way to high. I replaced the wheels with different style and put white wall tires. I removed the chains in the rear that hold the tailgate for a little bit of a smoother look. I painted the truck and the go cart two tone using Splash Paint paints and their 2k clear. I was going to spend more time on detailing the engine and the bed but got burnt out and decided to finish it the way it is. Thank you for looking and please feel free to leave comments and suggestions.
  2. Greetings, Just finished this AMT 1960 Chevrolet Custom Fleetside kit. The kit is very nice and it builds easy. I decided to lower the truck slightly since it sat way to high. I replaced the wheels with different style and put white wall tires. I removed the chains in the rear that hold the tailgate for a little bit of a smoother look. I painted the truck and the go cart two tone using Splash Paint paints and their 2k clear. I was going to spend more time on detailing the engine and the bed but got burnt out and decided to finish it the way it is. Thank you for looking and please feel free to leave comments and suggestions.
  3. Thank you guys for your comments.
  4. Thank you Sir. I love the striping on these cars and I would have to agree with you about better times.
  5. Thank you Sir. I used Splash Paints dark oak.
  6. Greetings, Here is my attempt of the Revell '32 5-Window Coupe kit. The kit is very nice. However there were times where I wanted to pull my hair out even though I'm bald. I don't blame the kit I blame my OCD and not knowing much about these types of vehicles. I started of by cutting the roof panel out. I cut and bent the frame in the back so that it matches the contour of the body. I slightly narrowed the wheel width on front and wheels. I made my own and added spark plug wires. The color I went with is Splash Paints golden yellow. I'm sure the car is far from representing the original but this is my version of it and I would be proud having it in my garage. Thank you for looking and please feel free to give me constructive criticism.
  7. Thank you Sir. It is clear coated with Splash Paints 2k clear. I did not buff the model at all. All the products I use including the primer, paint and clear are all from Splash Paints.
  8. Thank you guys very much for you positive comments.
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