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Everything posted by Kanedge

  1. This look good when done. I've noticed that there seem to be a few European guys building our Aussie trucks...
  2. Interesting build, haven't seen this conversion kit before.
  3. Hi Jim, impressive work you have going on here. Just one question, I know you said your friend got you the wheels and fenders, any idea where they came from? I would love them for my current project. Cheers, Kane.
  4. Immaculate work Clay. Its been a little while since I looked at this, and the progress is great. I'm really looking forward to seeing this in paint.
  5. That is so neatly built Charlie, well done.
  6. Nice, I might steal a couple ideas for my build
  7. I like that, looks like it would be a scary ride. Nice details you have on it.
  8. What If? Looks like it was actually done. Cool concept, pulled off perfectly. How did you do the lettering on the blower belt, decal?
  9. Just gone through this build, and I'm speechless. This would have to be one of, if not the best, model I've seen. An outstanding display of workmanship. I didn't see though, what scale is this?
  10. Awesome work, would love to see better quality pictures of the interior and how you wired it up (so I can copy, of course )
  11. Cool project, we have a drag car here which is similar. Unfortunately I don't have photos of it, but I'm pretty sure its runs a Lexus V8 with a turbo.
  12. Thanks Chris, I've been learning from the best, yourself included, on this site. The work here is amazing.
  13. Awesome, love the way you have done the wheels, very realistic.
  14. Finally a bit of an update, I have been slowly plugging away at this when I'm not working. And this is where I'm at: Managed to spray the roll cage and chassis. The roll cage I sprayed with Alclad steel and the chassis is Alclad dark aluminium. I sprayed the inside of the wheel wells black to hide all the rubber from my burnouts. I carbon fibered the transmission tunnel, wheels tubs and back parcel shelf using Crazy Modeller carbon fibre. I also worked on the wheelie bars tonight, should be able to paint them tomorrow and maybe even install, wow, I actually feel like I'm getting somewhere. As always, thanks for looking, more to come soon hopefully.
  15. Looking really good now its all coming together.
  16. The decals are subtle, but it sets it off beautifully.
  17. Very cool, I really like the paint on this one.
  18. Nice Brett, this is my favourite of all your builds I think. Mind you, there is so many, I can't think of them all.
  19. Very very nice. Love all the little details. And such a clean workbench, that's why the workmanship is so neat.
  20. Excellent build and some good ideas. What did you use for the thin wire for your electronics in the different colours? I could use some of that.
  21. Excellent, I've also seen pics of the real one, I like the representation you've done, aside from colour.
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