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Lexus LS600hL

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Hi Guys, I finished this build last year. Longest build of my life so far. Fujimi Lexus kit, KA Models PE parts, and some other. I changed the stock rims to Aoshima Leonhardiritt Waffe 20's. I used PE parts in the interior for emblems, pedals, power window switches, air condition grilles, remote control for the massager rear seat and the trim around the speakers, cd player and gear. Beside these all seatbelts, a PDA, a cellphone, a notebook, a cd in the cd player, some money and a figure reading the daily news were added. I used Fujimi decals for the wooden trims. The interior is painted black and ivory with tan carpets, the body is painted a kind of sea blue by Dupli Color. First time using BMF around the window and on the door handles. Also used PE parts for the brakes. The emblems and side stripes from the KA Models parts set. I put a parking ticket under the wipers and that's it. Pics:

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C&C are welcome! Thanks for watching!

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The interior details are awesome. Even the guy in the back seat has tattoos. :P I'm not usually into Lexus cars but this thing is cool! :D Great job. :lol:

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Now that's a kool build!!!

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Thanks for the replies, Guys!

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Very nice, I find the Lexus autos rather "boring" in the styling department...don't get me wrong, they are wonderful automobiles but their styling just does not work for me, but that is of no matter here as you did a great job on the car and a fantastic job on the interior, The details are all first rate....too bad they are buried under the roof and glass. Next time try building a convertible to showcase your detail talent. Keep it up!

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Nice work on the lexs

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Thanks!

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