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Along with my 64 Chevy Pickup I started this Tamiya Kit to give to a good friend. Its mostly stock but I had a old Castrol Supra kit so I stole the brakes and probably the seat and other random bits. I tried to fit the wheels but they are too wide and did not want to ruin anything by cutting and hacking it up. Thats beyond my skill level at the moment Some of these pics are not great because I was too lazy to use real camera, so just sent from phone. I love my Spray booth, it may be the only way I continue to work with the move coming in a few weeks. Lets hope it does the job assuming I can properly vent it out a window. 3 Coats of Tamiya pure white on top of 1 grey and 2 white coats of primer Engine is stock nothing fancy. Going to go back and do a few small touch ups. My hand is not as steady as I would like it to be. Assuming my buddy is happy with these wheels, this may be the final stance and fitment. *edit* after posting this I just realized I installed the brakes backwards... uhhggg Thanks for looking, more to come later
Why not step into a genre you never tried before,this is what i asked myself. The MK4 Supra is maby one of the most hyped up supercar from Japan ever made. These cars despite having a cheap hard plastic interior,common on many 90s cars do have a very classic shape to it,i really like it if not riced out with bodykit`s and screaming colors,subjective taste from my side of coarse. I will skip the rear spoiler,maby go for a more clean and dragrace-ish look over the track styled stuff. Did order the single turbo set-up from Model Meister,and a big turbo from Hobby Design. The wheels will hopefully be here soon. Did modify the exhaust by removing the two middle mufflers with a straigh pipe. Kept the original rear muffler,this will get a 4" tip to it when it`s done. I ordered some braided hose,so this will be my first time attempting this stuff for detail. Well,this is how far i am now. Thanks for looking.