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otherunicorn

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    Australia
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    Ken Stone

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  1. Autoquiz 357 - FINISHED

    I thought back to an ugly car I was not able to find a few years back, remembering it was from Israel, so I searched from there. The funny thing was that the other car was a different model from the same company.
  2. Jet Rod Community Build

    And I am using front seats as my intake vents....
  3. Jet Rod Community Build

    It took a couple of goes to attach the nose to the body. Milliput was a disaster. I thought I had some Green Stuff, but can't find it. In the end, I put an old tip on the soldering iron, and used sprue as "hot glue". It has had a layer of Tamiya putty since then. The engine has taken quite a few sittings. Glue a piece on. Wait for it to set. Repeat. It is made of old rims and assorted junkbox parts.
  4. Autoquiz #356 - FINISHED

    I also thought it looked very Japanese, but that stance could belong to one thing only - a Citroen 2CV.
  5. Jet Rod Community Build

    Starting point:
  6. Jet Rod Community Build

    I have already glued two pieces of plastic together. It's a start! I have a huge junkbox load I bought off ebay that are pretty worthless for regular car building as wheels/engines etc. are all trashed or missing. This project won't need either!
  7. Jet Rod Community Build

    I have been intrigued by other models I have seen made along these lines. I even thought they could make for a cool build. The big question is would this pull me from my 2 year long slump?
  8. 2018 Cannonball Run

    Having settled on using a V8, the mad mechanic had no choice but to warp space to put them in line. (That, or use a lot of mirrors.)
  9. Autoquiz #356 - FINISHED

    I've never seen one before, but looking at it, it was fairly obvious as to what it had to be.
  10. Autoquiz 355 - Finished

    "1970s exotic car" - first page!
  11. 2018 Cannonball Run

    The Pontiac Tempest engine was like this. It's even available in kit form in as "Mickey Thompson's Pontiac Attempt 1"
  12. Autoquiz 353 - Finished

    You found the actual car?
  13. Autoquiz 353 - Finished

    Ignore the fender vent.
  14. Autoquiz 351 - Finished

    I failed to find this one, despite a lot of looking. You got me
  15. Autoquiz 349 -Finished

    I immediately recognized it as a Riley or (I forgot the name of other manufacturer) so it wasn't too hard to find. My friends and I had traveled in this model Wolseley to go and check out the Riley version. Somewhere I have a photo of it in my front yard.