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matthijsgrit

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  1. https://macmodelisme.com/collections/transkit/products/mustang-pro-mod-full-kit-1-25 You don't see kits like this every day...
  2. I had no clue whatsoever. Learned something again!
  3. It's actually looking quite good! To me, only the top of the cabin (roofline, front glass) gives the modernness away. The tires are a great touch!
  4. And since Hot Rod is applicable in many, many ways, this is a big surprise by Griot's Garage. Very subbtle though: https://www.roadandtrack.com/car-shows/sema-show/news/a31418/e30-m3-wagon/
  5. Rusty Slammington ! https://stanceworks.com/2019/04/rusty-slammington-a-new-chapter/
  6. http://www.speedhunters.com/2018/11/imagination-means-nothing-without-doing-ltos-bmw-e30/ From render to reality...
  7. Yesterday I saw a hotrod Citroën sedan from the 20's or 30's. Now hotrods aren't very common where I live, let alone a Citroën one... It's body looked to be in very rough shape. To fast for picture, the driver looked very happy! Today, while walking the dog, I saw a beautiful, completely rust colored, 1928 Ford truck. I had no phone on me, unfortunately.
  8. https://stanceworks.com/2021/06/players-classic-2021-part-i/ I believe the Beemer is of his hands (design) as well? And if I'm informed well, the grey FD3S RX-7 is his personal car.
  9. @Cobraman: nice decals. Where did you find them? Ted's (I think I see Ted's yellow finish flag)?
  10. I love what you're doing here, great project and actually very logical (on a certain level). But those tires! Man, they look like tractor tires to me. Some flatter rolling stock might have saved you from cutting up the arches.
  11. https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/m/10042018 https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/m/10005974 Maybe these? Don't know about 'findability' though. BTW love this website for the many pics of the kits, parts and instructions.
  12. Apparently this car was delivered to Switzerland. Low spoiler because of the then applicable legislation which stated the height between the rear deck and the spoiler must not exceed eight centimeters. Don't know if this is true, but makes for a nice story. I also saw a Swiss version (maybe even this car) with a double deck spoiler to meet regulations.
  13. I like this one a lot. Great model-idea.
  14. Great colors on this beautiful build! Well done
  15. Well, maybe not Outlaw or hotrod, but different for sure, the Lotec Colani Testa D'oro: And on the topic of salt flats Ferraris: https://carsonthenet.wordpress.com/2012/11/14/salt-flat-ferraris/
  16. Seems to me that Ferrari's are way harder to find in these categories (outlaw/rod) than the Porsches and Mercedes in the other topics. Other than the one above, none comes directly to (my) mind.... Maybe the Gas Monkey F40???
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