Looks good. The weathering makes this pop. There is an EK Holden sedan on the market, but considering it's cost, you were better off with the Chevies. the EK is a bit smaller than the chev, but not enough to make a real difference (like the difference between 1/24 and 1/25 scales).
Interceptor (max's car) is from 'the parts box' and is their Police XB kit. the Pursuit is the planetX resin kit, which i modified the nose and changed the rims for more accuracy. since i'm reviving an old thread, here's some more police model cars Jumanji
"The Circuit Wolf is a shõnen adventure and racing manga published in Japan as Circuit no Õkami . It was serialized in Weekly Shõnen Jump from January 1975 to June 1979." so, pretty old. i'm guessing he's the 'BAD' guy, after all, he drives a Porsche. surprisingly, this is the ONLY thread i could find complaining about the swastika. you'd think the internet howlers would be in full force over this, doubly so since it's a toy (like it or not, model cars ARE considered toys to everyone who doesn't build them for a hobby).
cool, lights always add an extra dimension to any model. it's a pity there's no 1:24 sprinter kit, as there's some good potential in one. I also made a sprinter toy into a model vehicle, but from a 1:43 one, at least 1:10 gives you room to add all sorts of detail.
Yep, this is no different to when they got in Barris and Daniels to lend their names to kits. If Foose and Friedhamburger appeals to kids, who are we to complain if it allows the industry to survive? Thanks for being the voice of reason. Some seem to go off when a product is not precisely aimed at them.
oh, and i should add my use of West Coast Customs: WCC built Expendables F100 and Paris Hilton's Barbie Bentley.