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  1. 1949 Mercury Diesel Swap

    Nice beater. I would like to know more about that engine.
  2. Quick Y-wing build

    This was quick one-day build of Bandai's excellent kit. It is very tiny, 11cm or about 4 inches. Little bit of painting and weathering and ta daa. Finished. Hardest part and where I goofed a bit, were canopy windows. I didn't want to use stickers that came with the box. But that aside, these kit's are super detailed. Those details are perfect for washes and highlighting. Thanks for looking.
  3. Topless 300C and Wagon 300C

    This was a double build to make two different 300C. Black one gave it's roof to red one. Black also got shaved sides and converted to 2 door. Red one had engine modified and supercharged added. Both had their wheels changed and lowered. Both also had some diffuculties fitting the front fascia.
  4. Ratty Mercedes-Benz E-class

    This Fujimi kit, built to look old and ratty. Modification were, changing wheels and tyres, lowering and exhaust tip. Rims were made using old Esci G-class centers and Pegasus aluminium rings and tyres.
  5. DeTomaso Pantera Gr.3

    Thanks for the hint. Love the Pantera. Very clean execution.
  6. Ratty supercharged Shelby GT-500

    Just came to mind that, did this era Mustangs had its fuel filler cap between rear lights? If so, I need to add license plate to cover the blank space.
  7. FC3 Mazda RX-7

    This car would have its rotary heart removed and replaced with twin turbo LS3 engine. Hence the twin exhaust from front bumper.
  8. New Ford Mustang GT

    I added some Molotow chrome to the interior to spice it up. Interior was somewhat simplified.
  9. Ford '33 GAA Maximum Pressure

    Actually, I think the engine could work in real life. Not sure about tuning and make it working flawlessly. Nicely done.
  10. New Ford Mustang GT

    Thanks for the comments. Forgot to mention that I also added sidemirrors from 350Z and some random rear view mirror.
  11. This is Revell Motor city muscle series which came with those awful extra wheels. - Added supercharger to kits tunnel ram intake. Scoop is out of top fuel dragster. - Changed wheels and tyres to look extra muscle. - Oh, and alot of rust. I left couple of body parts to look like they were fiberclass, instead of rusty metal parts.
  12. New Ford Mustang GT

    Revell's somewhat questionable snapkit kit. Lot's of small changes have been made to make it look less toyish. - 4mm lowering - Brakes added, with new wheels and tyres. - Headlights were painted with silver backing. Removed that and added some random reflectors. - Rear panel painted with smoke color, to hide kits hideous rear lights, which paint cannot be removed. - All the markers had to painted along with the interios parts - New tail pipes - Added side mirrors from 350Z and some random rear view mirror.
  13. Mitsubishi Evo X

    Aoshima kit with small changes - Rims changed - Carbon fiber painted with candy red on hood, roof and rear hatch - Aftermarket rear wing
  14. FC3 Mazda RX-7

    Aoshima kit with couple of changes. - Rims are made from Revell tuner series rims. Lots of cutting. - Exhaust on the front bumper, as if the car has twin turbo ls - Resin side mirrors - Projector style headlamps - Dashboard changed to left side, using Tamiya parts. - Lowered suspension, ducktail spoiler
  15. Nice looking seats. Are you going to do one more pass with the wire, so wiring would look symmetrical?