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Speed Shop Dio-COMPLETE-Merry Christmas everyone!

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So it's done! I finished this up a couple months ago, but I haven't gotten a chance to post it yet. This is the 2 bay garage kit from SMBC on a wood base, modified to accept a wooden roof and lighting. It was packed with tools and parts from 3 in 1 kits, Fujimi Tool kits, and various resin suppliers, along with more than a few scratchbuilt items. The Fujimi welding unit was modified to be functional using flashing LED bulbs. This project took about 5-7 months from start to finish. There's a lot I could talk about, but I'll let the pictures speak lol. Thanks for looking!

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Wow what can I say always wanted to do a garage but don`t where to start great job.

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Terrific diorama! There's so much going on, all good... my favourite is the "new" tires still wrapped in the paper! Great idea!

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Love all the small details and different posing of the figures. Day view, night view, welding, man it has it all. Nice job.

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Please combine all the comments above and put my name on them. This is great. It lives, it moves, it changes, it tells a story. Wonderful. You can look at it 10 times and still find stuff you missed.

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Amazing diorama with so much detail! Looks like that shop is really busy! Great looking models, too. I really like the 65 Chevy pickup. Excellent work all around!

Sam

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That is great, love the detail you have done.  Looks really nice

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Great work... I've been looking forward to seeing this. Good Job!

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Very good work. I particularly using lighting for the drop light and the welder. Well done.

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Excellent work.Great attention to detail. Whats your next project?

 

Regards

Brian Kroon

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