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A member of this forum referred me to that company (in Hong Kong) for some metal sticker Mercedes scripts and logos. Their website is https://www.zoomonmodel.com . They have a fairly wider range of model details and supplies. The website is fairly easy to browse, and ordering is also easy. They take PayPal. Don't let the prices scare you - they are in Hong Kong Dollars. For example the sheet of those Mercedes scripts is priced at HK$32.00 which is currently about US$4.08 (which is rather inexpensive for this type of item). I ended up ordering a bunch of items. Shipping cost (to USA) was HK$140.00 (US$17.84) and it took about 2 weeks to arrive. What a great find! Here are some of the items I ordered. The relief-etched set to 50 US license plates looks really interesting, but the decals seem a bit thick, so I don't know how well it will conform to the plate's surface. But make sure to order 2 sets since only single plate from each state is included. I didn't, so I'll have to get another set.
P.E. Callout!!! Bring out your Photoetched!!!
Plastic_Passion posted a topic in Model CarsI've been swamped with home projects right as I started a bronco build. Like I've opened the box and glued 2 parts together now everything is flipped upside down.... anyways.... enough rambling.... Show your Photoetch builds!!!!!
Where to locate parts for super detailing...
DerekW posted a topic in WIP: NASCARI’m just wondering where I can find some better parts for super detailing a 1992 Pontiac. I’m using the ‘92 Rusty Wallace Pontiac for the base and doing a ‘92 Petty Nascar. I am trying to find a better rear end that I see on some of other super detailed projects from guys like Clay Kemp. Also the billet oil tank, and billet pulleys for the engine.
PE headlight grills for '53 Corvette
TomZ posted a topic in Model Building Questions and AnswersI'm building the AMT '53 Corvette, and I'd like to install Model Car Garage's PE headlight grills. I am not a stranger to working with PE, but I'm not sure how to proceed because the grills need to be an elongated bowl-shape and the PE parts are of course dead flat. These parts are the silver-colored PE variety. Has anyone ever managed to put a compound curve in a PE part? Any hints or tips would be very greatly appreciated! thanks TomZ
New items from Model Car Garage.
TimKustom posted a topic in Car Aftermarket / Resin / 3D PrintedModel Car Garage has new items! 1950 Oldsmobile (fits Revell kit) 1955 Chrysler 300 (fits Mobius kit) 1972 Oldsmobile (includes 3 different grilles, fits Revell kit) 1966 Impala (fits Revell kit) 2008 Ford F-350 (fits Meng kit. Check out the dash pieces, and Harley Davidson option). '67-72 Ford F-100 (fits Mobius kit) Check them out here: http://www.modelcargarage.com/store/pc/shownewarrivals.asp