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Eeyore

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About Eeyore

  • Birthday 11/18/1983

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    QLD, Australia

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  1. Wow thank you for all your help! I actually own a 1971 Mazda 1300 estate so I'd really like to get my hands on one of these bodies and any other bits and pieces.
  2. Yeh I figured it was modeled from the R100 kit. Well if anyone know's the person in PR who does these bodies I'd be interested in one!
  3. Oh sweet! They were known as a Chrysler Galant wagon in Australia. The flutes on the rear quarters were only found on the coupes which in fact we did not get down here (New Zealand did though).
  4. Thanks! Is that the exact spelling of his username? I can't seem to find him.
  5. I've never heard of such a kit but a member of a Mazda Rotary forum I'm on found this picture: Can anyone shed any light on this? I know there is a Mazda Familia/R100 coupe kit available so maybe it is a custom made resin body based on that.
  6. Wow I just stumbled across this... absolutely incredible, I just love the whole concept. Awesome effort!
  7. Eric Bana still has his red XB Hardtop but is currently too busy with acting commitments to sought out a repair plan. Hopefully the car is salvagable although it did take quite a big hit. I'm not sure when it comes out in the US (if at all) but his new movie about the car itself called Love The Beast comes out here next week.
  8. Nice A40 mate! This car (albeit in it's original brown paint scheme) is on my to do list. You've done an excellent job.
  9. I haven't logged on in a while but it's good to see people are still enjoying these photos. I'm sure I've got some more so I'll be sure to post them up over the next few days.
  10. Certainly one of the best Funny Car builds I've seen on here... nice work! A+
  11. Wow that's awesome mate, very well done! You've captured the look perfectly
  12. Why I started? Because I was a car mad kid and I was encourage to engage in a constructive, creative hobby that reflected my interests. Why I still do it? Because I can't afford all real, life-sized versions!
  13. Wow some amazing detail in there! It really looks the part... great build!
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