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Everything posted by Bennyg

  1. Looks pretty good! I’ll get at least 1. Ben
  2. Looks like Tamiya is releasing a 1/24 240ZG Street Custom. I half expected the brand new 2022 Z. Cheers Ben
  3. Hi fellas, Looks like Revell is re releasing the 1/32 R Series. Cheers
  4. Good. We need fresh subjects. Ben
  5. Looks ace! Looks like you figured the hood/bonnet out well. Ben
  6. Very nice work! I wish they altered the way they made the fuel tanks and chrome pipe work. Separate fuel tank ends to get rid of the seam would have been good. Apart from that, probably the best model truck kit currently on the market. Ben.
  7. I haven’t got one yet. Definitely want one. Ben
  8. Looking very good!! Ben
  9. Auslowe does an inter cooler conversion in case you change your mind. Love the r series of that era. Ben
  10. Very nice! Maybe needs an inter cooler too. Looking forward to seeing your project progress. Ben
  11. I believe looking at A&Ns other products, you’ll be able to buy all the parts to make a complete truck. You maybe able to cheapen it by using an Italeri kit as a base kit. Ben
  12. Should sell well. I’m still surprised the aftermarket is looking after us more than the mainstream. We should all be thankful for A&N for bringing us all current model trucks. Ben
  13. The Bugatti is definitely interesting. Ben
  14. Hi fellas, one new truck/big rig from Italeri. It’s euro, but should be nice. cheers Ben
  15. Very nice! I was considering getting one of these. Ben
  16. The easy click T2 VW bus was good. Hopefully the Audi E Tron will be as good.
  17. It’s an old school AMT kit from 1981 I believe. This is my favourite kit. Ben
  18. Hi fellas. I’m entering the BRBO 2022 with a rebuilder I got off eBay last year. It’s a 1/32 Mack SuperLiner. I will be adding after market wheels and tyres, photo etch badges, aluminium exhaust pipes. Still deciding on colours. Ben
  19. I’m going to do a 1/32 Mack Superliner rebuild. Ben
  20. Building on a budget and Tamiya magazine noted the same problems. The tip would be to use tape to protect the areas where you need detail kept and use a decent filler. Ben
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