Jump to content
Model Cars Magazine Forum

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'panel van'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • General
    • How To Use This Board
    • Model Building Questions and Answers
    • Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials
    • Welcome! Introduce Yourself
    • General
  • Model Cars
    • On The Workbench
    • Under Glass
    • Drag Racing Models
    • NASCAR
    • Car Kit News & Reviews
    • Car Aftermarket / Resin
    • Trading Post
    • Wanted!
    • 1:1 Car Reference Pictures
  • Model Trucks
    • The Truck Stop
    • On the Workbench: Big Rigs
    • Under Glass: Big Rigs
    • On the Workbench: Pickups, Vans, SUVs, Light Commercial
    • Under Glass: Pickups, Vans, SUVs, Light Commercial
    • Truck Kit News & Reviews
    • Truck Aftermarket / Resin
    • Truck Kits or Parts to Trade, or Wanted / Requests
    • 1:1 Truck Reference Pictures
  • Other Models
    • Big Boyz
    • Dioramas
    • Diecast and Resincast Models
    • All the Rest
  • The Community
    • Model Club News and Announcements
    • Contests and Shows
    • Real or Model? / Auto ID Quiz
    • Community Builds
    • Auto Art
    • Where's Waldo?
    • Links, Advertisers, and Web Sites
    • The Off-Topic Lounge
  • Model Car Racing
    • Model Car Racing

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Website URL


Yahoo


Skype


Facebook


Location


Full Name


Are You Human?


Scale I Build

Found 4 results

  1. The 1/25 MPC '33 WIllys Panel Van is being reissued in 2020: MPC-924 1/25 1933 Willys Panel Paddy Wagon This kit:
  2. Sneak peak at the forthcoming 1/25 AMT Fruehauf Model FB Panel Van Trailer in Coca-Cola livery:
  3. Revell '55 Ford panel van painted with Model Masters black lacquer & clear. Homemade decals, scratch built shifter with "8 ball" knob, wired engine. Also added a stained, decaled, & clearcoated wooden barrel. I made this one to sit on my basement bar.
  4. This is my first attempt using Alclad The Candy red looks not bad but learned alot from the first try such as it runs very easily and had to strip the first coat off hahah I used Mothers Syn Wax to strip it only by accident that is, thought I might be able to polish out the run and low and behold it stripped the candy red off with the first rub even after it was dryed for a couple days and with a little elbow grease it also took the bright sliver base coat off too. Lots more practice needed to get it right but hey thats half the fun lol decals are a mix of left overs thanks for lookin
×
×
  • Create New...