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Oldcarfan27

Let's see your TV and movie cars!

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11 hours ago, Oldcarfan27 said:

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Dann, I love these two cars! That Rolls looks very labor intensive, you must've made those decals. Very Groovy, Mann!

Makes me wonder if anyone has ever modelled John Lennon's personal Rolls. Now that was a wild, psychedelic ride!

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Is that Aston Martin the Airfix, Nichimo or the Aurora kit? It does James Bond proud. 

Thanks, Patrick!, those aren't decals, I hand painted everything.....basically three times, since I did three THIN coats of each kolor. The DB-5 is the Doyusha "Goldfinger" kit.

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4 hours ago, 1972coronet said:

Did you buy it , or is it just an image you found online? 

Found it online; think it was an expired eBay listing.

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This is a nice thread :) As I scrolled through it, I saw, that I have a 82 Trans Am which is nearly the one of Ponch. Missing the T-Tops, rear deck spoiler and some details in painting. Good idea, to get another hand on it.

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Some other Movie Cars, I own. I didn't think, that there are this much.

Bullit's Mustang

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Mr. Bean's Mini

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Gotham City Police car

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KARR

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Then I built some KITT. There are 6 KITTs parking in my shelf. Most of them black of cause. So I'll show my first built KITT. This was in the mid 1990s as the KITT was available in Germany

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This one I built out of a glue bomb

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Then the red one - because I built all the generations in red, so there has to be a red KITT.

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Michael Long's TransAm before his accident :)

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Al Bundy's "Dodge" - we all know, that it's a Plymouth. Is he talking of a Dodge in the US too? In Germany he drives / it's translated to a "Dodge". Sorry, no vinyl top.

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Back to the future

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Miami Vice

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This was the Charger of my favorite tv show Burn Notice. Bought it as a gluebomb :/

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The Bandit by monogram and by MPC/ERTL

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The General Lee

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No you have to be tough: bought some gluebombs of the A-Team van an Nash Bridge's Hemi. Sorry. They didn't make it so far to be noticed as movie cars.

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My love bug in progress. Another glue bomb I got.

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Great collection of TV cars, Thanks, Chris

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All this talk about Ponch's Firebird got me amped to start a build on one myself. Here it is so far...

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Including the reverse spats and the Formula T/A hybrid fenders and hood. I've even corrected the squared off grille openings.

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And I already have an orange/bronze  spray paint set aside for this car.

Now, I just need a gold 79 chicken for the hood and 71 bucket seats - if anyone has any to spare.

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You're welcome. Looking forward to see some pictures of your progress on the Trans Am. I never noticed the different hood and kind of second fender fents on this (movie)car. It looks good.

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Here’s my Vanishing Point Challenger. Love that movie so much.

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Nothing too crazy here.  Here's the Bandit I did a while ago

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Michael Keaton’s 1989 Batmobile.  This is a Bandai 1/32nd scale kit.  I used Honda nighthawk black pearl with Tamiya dull coat.  The real car was layered with several different colors to get the look Tim Burton was looking for on screen.  There was a bluish hue to the paint.

 

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On 7/5/2018 at 2:11 AM, christian-w said:

Al Bundy's "Dodge" - we all know, that it's a Plymouth. Is he talking of a Dodge in the US too? In Germany he drives / it's translated to a "Dodge". Sorry, no vinyl top.

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Yeah, the Dodge/Plymouth thing is kind of a running gag, always called the former and portrayed by the latter.

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Funny ;)

 

This Batmobile looks great! Also I like the small details on the Bandit. The hat. Then I see, that my Bandit Trans Am has no license plate at all :lol:

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