Chrysler Turbine Car from the movie "The Lively Set"


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Hi

here are presented

Chrysler Turbine Car

from the movie

The Lively Set - 1964

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Jo-Han, 1 / 25, # EZ-202

Changes to the production vehicle, I would like to mention only short

- Remove the vinyl roof

- Remove the logos and lettering

- Remove the Fenderskirts

- Remove the windshield wiper

- Make U-bolts and belts of

- Make interior and exterior mirrors

- Make the decals new, becaus the decals in the kit are not correct

- Replace the serial form beautiful wheels with steel rims Ford F100 ('53)

First, the images to the original:

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Edited by Dominik

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And the only model in color:

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That's it. Thank you for your attention, this building has really made ​​me joy: ok:

Comments, criticisms and praise are welcome as always

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That is just Ubercool !!..didn't know this ever existed, great job man B) B)

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Cool, subject, very nicely done!!!!

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Another wonderful model. I can see why you like building these, they look great finished.

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Beautiful!!

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It's nice to see such an unusual version of such an unusual car... and so well done, too!

David G.

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I never ever saw the movie . In fact, I never ever saw the Turbine car , except one time in traffic one time . I had one of the leased owners addresses, but he kept it in a garage off the street . I always wanted Chrysler to have made the car available as it had loads of potential . Ed Shaver

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Very, very nice!

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Another great build!

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Nice to see this ship on other colors too. Very nice :)

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As Janne said, great to see something different built from this kit. That paintjob looks very good, and I like those stripes and other decals. Finishing looks great on this one, thanks for sharing these Turbine Cars.

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Awesome looking Turbine...

Great job..

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Nicely done! I never saw the movie and do recall seeing pictures of the car a long time ago, maybe in a magazine article.

The only thing I would say is off a bit on your model is the size of the roof number. It could have been a little bit bigger...the only reason I noticed is the real picture beside the model!

I am jealous of your work on this! I'd like to be capable of making my own decals...one day!

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Thank you everybody for your words! Thanks a lot!

I never seen the film till i bought the EZ-built-kit. There is a picture from it on the side and this makes me wondering. So i searched the web, ordered the movie and watched it second to second. Informations and pictures are hard to find from it, so i built it like the car in the movie with a couple of shotscreens. Made a lot of fun!

The bad was, that the decals from the kit didn't looks like the movie car. And, Toni, thats right: the number on the roof must be bigger. but there is no point to be jealous ;)

To make your own decals you only need

- Decalpaper clear or white,

- a good graficprogram like Photoshop and sometimes Office for letters,

- a photoprinter,

- Clearcoat,

- time and loss to make it.

not rocket science :D

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It's the cost of the program and the photprinter that is keeping me from it!! Thanks, Dominik!!

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Once again, very nice! You might be the first modeler to correctly paint the rear bumber coves body colour.

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Very cool and clean work Dominik! I saw the movie in bits and pieces years ago, so your representation of the car is dead accurate. B)

Yeah, those bumper insets are a pain to paint as the one I did wasn't easy! :o

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