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ZIL 111V

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About ZIL 111V

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    Snow Capital
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  1. Bugatti EB110

    Very, very nice work, for indeed a tough kit to assemble. Spoke wheels give a way better look than original BBS wheels included in the kit. 1st Original EB110 kit edition, by Revell Germany, remember getting the same kit in a US Monogram box back in the 90s.
  2. International

    Very nice work indeed, love the x-tended sleeper
  3. MPC 1980 Corvette

    Beautiful! Very, very nice "fit n finish" for an MPC car kit of that time/period.
  4. More precisely looking for the red/silver stripe decals of the latest 359 1/25 snap kit. ...Also hunting for a 359 cab visor (amt or revell), let me know. TY.
  5. Indeed, perfect late 60s early 70s look!
  6. 35 year old refurbished Kenworth

    Magnifique! Like the 70s early 80s look of a typical english long distance lorry sporting its "T.I.R." blue plate! Remember seeing a few RARE (3 axles but very short) 70s early 80s COE KWs on the roads, when traveling to UK back in 80s
  7. Autoquiz 370 - Finshed

    ...GM design influence on rear quarter panels!
  8. Meisterwerk! Your combo reminds me of those 4070s (those Transtars were on all highways/truckstops!) i use to see when traveling as a kid in the 70s with my parents. Very nice work.
  9. 1/25 Revell Baja Bronco

    Funny that "Baja look" ext options like fog lights set ups & front push/crash bumper were not available on options list :
  10. Newman Porsche 956

    Spectacular indeed, beautiful work.
  11. Hot Wheels Tribute 1/25 Custom Cougar

    Kool indeed! like it a lot.
  12. Wrangler Porsche 934 .

  13. AMC Matador - dad's build

    Kool! to see your dads 70s "survivor" builtup with its "brush paint job" so typical of the time, always nice to see old survivor (40 years +) model cars still here. Reminds me of AMTs annual kit, that I also got way back in the 70s as a kid at local K-Mart: