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About kruleworld

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  • Birthday July 08

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  • Location Bombala
  • Full Name Walter Strider

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  1. kruleworld added a post in a topic Most fun you had in a car. KEEP IT P.G.   

    Clear Sunny Day
    Windey Mountain Road
    No Traffic
    V8 ute

  2. kruleworld added a post in a topic The first car - A foray into manhood.   

    We have the same in Australia, but it's a 'P' (provisional license). personally i don't see how it helps you be a better driver, it only allows the police to target you.
    Closest i've found to my first car is a 1/64 diecast two door Luce (mine is a four door)

  3. kruleworld added a post in a topic Stop Motion Build - Hilarious   

    It's a nice kit, although it comes partly assembled (i'd have preferred to build the whole thing myself).

  4. kruleworld added a post in a topic Alpine A110   

    sweet. it just needs a bit of snowy road to be displayed on.
  5. kruleworld added a post in a topic 1959 Dodge Custom Royal D500   

    i like it. the wear and patina on the chrome makes it look a little rusty, which i think makes it look more like an honest survivor car. The only suggestion i have is add some clear to the front lamps in the grille. i'd suggest a layer of 5-minute epoxy to make it look like it's made of glass.
    i usually reference the 59 dodge when talking about ugly cars (it's not just ugly, but also looks angry)
  6. kruleworld added a post in a topic 1960 Chevy Wagon   

    Interesting patina effect you've achieved. top job
  7. kruleworld added a post in a topic "Lara" - a very personal build.   

    nice model. i totally get wanting to do a replica of your first car (sadly mine isn't available in scale). i like the little details, like the music player on the dash.
    Does any of the other kits come with a RHD dash? maybe someone would swap with you if they want to make theirs LHD?
  8. kruleworld added a post in a topic 1992 Chevy Caprice 'Lead Sled'   

    some nice work there. that color really pops
  9. kruleworld added a post in a topic Bitchn'Rides '50 Phantom Fleetside   

    awesome work. it's a joy to watch it come together.
  10. kruleworld added a post in a topic 1972 Pontiac GTO   

    yes, this is required fixing.

  11. kruleworld added a topic in Under Glass   

    Captain Risky - Kick it or Rip it!!
    This is Captain Risky's Stunt Falcon...
    Budget Direct – an Australian insurance company – have thrown us into 2015 with their new ‘Kick It and Rip It’ campaign with "Captain Risky". He makes his black and blue debut as a daredevil who’s just, well, not that good. But it’s funny and ridiculous and that is the success of this ad. It shows us someone so buffoonish, so uninsurable, that next to him, anyone can be insured.
    The Falcon XB is from and the decals are printed by Pattos Place. The Roof engine is scratchbuilt.

    Check him out here
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  12. kruleworld added a topic in Under Glass: Pickups, Vans, SUVs, Light Commercial   

    Short Circuit - Nova Van
    This is the Van from the movie "Short Circuit", a cute movie from the 80s about an errant robot that escapes its creators and helps a young woman find love.
    The Van is a Chevy "Candy Van" kit from AMT with GMC grille and scratchbuilt box cargo area. The decals are exclusive to Pattos Place. Special thanks to Doobie for the GMC grille. The rims and tires are from scene unlimited.
    You can catch up on the build here:


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  13. kruleworld added a post in a topic Big Orange Raptor   

    nice color. looks like quite an imposing model.
  14. kruleworld added a post in a topic ’72 Chevy C/10 (Replica of my truck)   

    fabulous job. looked at your wip, you've done a lot of work on this.
  15. kruleworld added a post in a topic Monogram Lincoln Futura   

    fabulous job. I did mine as it appeared in "It Started with a Kiss", only difference is the number plate! I actually cut the chassis from the body so it could be put together and painted as one piece.