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  1. Your choice of subject is amazing. I love the big boats of the early seventies. Could you add some details about this model?
  2. The only 4DR Sedan based on Revell Black Widow was made by the Modelhaus. This one is 150 Series. Good luck in finding one. All the 210 and 240 I am aware of are based on AMT kits.
  3. Any full size wagon between 1949 and 1978 is welcome. Especially 1959 Dodge, 1958 Ford, Edsel, Mercury..... 1960 Ford.... 1965-1970 Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Buick, and Chevy of course.... and although not full size, mid-seventies Malibu, Cutlass, Century, and LeMans Safari.
  4. Dear All, What is the best finish to replicate Porsche 928 wheels? I am converting Tamiya's Porsche 928S into a regular 928, which is not easy to find. Therefore I designed and printed the tele dial rims. I am thinking of using Alclad2. I have no idea how the finish will look like since this will be the first time for me to use it. I am torn between ALC-103 (Dark Aluminium) and ALC-102 ( DurAluminium). Any suggestions? Walid
  5. Well, we have been living the age of ugliness for about 20 years now...... Ugly style..... Ugly music..... ugly furniture......ugly cars..... And now an ugly truck, so what???? Walid
  6. I have been dreaming of such a kit for years. Who makes the resin body? Regards walid
  7. Such a gem deserves Chrome Tec services.
  8. Nitto/Entex: http://hankstoycars.com/porsche/nitto-the-porsche-collection-japan-porsche-928-unbuilt-electric-kit-1-24-nib-1/ Gunze Sangyo https://importnut.net/models/porsche-928-gunze-sangyo/ Italeri https://www.italeri.com/en/prodotto/2092 The first two are long out of production. The third is currently back in program. Regards Walid
  9. "Someone offered me a Gunze Sangyo High-Tech" I wonder why didn't you use the Gunze Sangyo kit from the beginning. It could have saved you a lot of hassle modifying the body. Walid
  10. I read they want to concentrate on new kits. If they are taking suggestion here is my contribution: 1956 Continental.
  11. I presume it is lacquer since it is written it contains acetone.
  12. After a long break I decided to build a kit to motivate my kids. To finish quickly, I decided to use a spray can for the exterior. I achieved the best results previously with automotive repair spray cans: dry quickly, unbeatable shine and easy to apply. This time I picked up a different brand. The paint itself is OK but it comes to quick and runs no matter how fast I go. I will have to stop without a clear coat since it is thick enough. But I want to avoid this in the next kit and revert to my air brush. What is the easiest way to decant a spray can? And which thinner should I use for thinning and cleaning? Acetone?? Regards, Walid
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