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Hornistfuller

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  1. i think bandia had some 1/24th scale armor kits. those will certainly be raidable for parts. the engines looking nice btw..
  2. hahaha way to be using an engine from a 1946 lincoln in a car from 1987... in other words.... thats imagination... i would have never thoight to put one of those in a buick.... which is btw one of my favorite cars of all time.
  3. hey romell, the trucks looking grat! i have modelers tip for you though. i saw the beatiful lighting work did on the trailer. i would say sand the leds so that the glass is matte and the light is diffused a little. stock leds are just too focused to be realistic.
  4. Yeah hahaha i can just imagina this van bombin down the highway with smoke porin out of the cracks of the rear door, and the popo in hot pursit hahaha
  5. Wow, that is a beauty. have you consided putting those big spiked lugnuts on the wheels? those always look cool on these big trucks.
  6. if you want ground making tips, visit a model armour forum. (oh sins of sins to say that lmao) lets face it, the armor biulders are alot better at biulding dioramas than most car modelers. pick up a few tips there, and youll be set.
  7. Wow, thats a beauty. whered you get the offenhauser heads? are they resin?
  8. Wow. i love this idea, a musclecar custom. and the nova graft looks phenomenal. keep up the good work.
  9. have you considered strengthening the inside of the fenders with styrene ribs and then a layer of epoxy or squadron putty? ive built a few big heller kits and this has always been the best solution. i do like that bracing though. its almost like a real car.
  10. Wow i didnt know the top was that rounded! i love the two tone white and black color scheme!!! XD lol jk jk thats actualy a real nice 53' how good is the body?
  11. I have always wanted to buid one of these elkys as a shop truck with a rusty old model a body and a pair of frame rails in the back, being taken back to the shop to be hotrodded.
  12. i saw a picture of a real one of these with a tractor grille and a model t bed on it that was at SEMA.
  13. If you want to go really fatr out, use two straight sixes to make a U-12 engine for this car. chebby blue flames would do the trick, and look sickkk. lol the revell 54 vette kit has a really good one.
  14. man as much as i hate tuner rice burners, i gotta say this ones awsome. the detail alone in that intercooler is just fabulous. lovin it.
  15. this thing looks awsome, kinda like a 1950s interpretation of the new porche 911s. its gonna turn out sickkk id recommend faring the tailights into fins, without any lights or chrome inserts or anything.
  16. http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2009/12/1970-mercury-el-gato-concept-car.html mercury el gato concept. they should have built this one!
  17. do is see a hemp inteirior in the works? lmao jk lol perfect for a certain recently passed holiday... :lol:
  18. just save yourself the blod sweat and tears and get the revell '53 corvette. it has decals for the headlight covers. the meash is actualy a litle bit too fine, and there no direction on where to put it, but its pretty obvios what it is.
  19. yeah i was trying to make it look modern, i actualy stated by drawing a mustang, thats why it has the short rear. if i had the facilitys to make fibreglass body panels, i would totaly make conversion kit for the 2010 mustang. i get the feeling it would'nt exactly sell like hotcakes tho... some people just dont like awsome cars. hmmm is need to make a teletouch transmission tho...how would i do that? lol by the way, im almost sure i saw that that tranzam rendering in hot rod magazine. some companys making convo kits and seling them. thats a real car.
  20. wow great color. thats straight from the booth? you got talent man! looks good!
  21. completed edsel rendering. and i like these pacers. that obese porche looking car has always had a special place in my heart. i love AMCs.
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