Rusty Deuce scale 1/8 finished Project


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Hi guys, hereĀ“s a Deuce finished at summer this year. The basic is the Hot Rod kit Revell 1/8.

I hope you like it. It was mominated at the Revell Award 2011 at best 20 Models.

Cu Karsten

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VERY nice, Karsten! The weathering is just about perfect. The half flat tires are a nice touch - very realistic!

Sam

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Thank you, Sam!

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Excellent build It would be so cool if you could find an old barn and get some pictures of it in the backround

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Now that is cool, if you didn't say it was a model I would have sworn it was real.

How did you get it so the tires look almost flat on the Passengers side?

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A have only this trees!

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The tires made i with a hairdryer hot and press it on the ground....

This Jaguar has the perfekt tree! :D

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Cu Karsten

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If I didn't know better, I'd have thought it was a real 1:1 car!

David G.

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This is really cool project. In 1:1 scale that would be great start for Hot Rod project. The weathering is very nice and I like those flat tires. Great job with the engine too. 1:8 scale Deuces are something really rarely seen.

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Beautiful job finishing that .. the body metal/weathering looks real!

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karsten, not only are these 2 great examples of your modelling skills. they are 2 great examples of your photography skills. incredible work!!

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I agree! Great work on both accounts!

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That's an impresive weathering job and great subject.

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Wow this is totally cool!! Awesome job on this.I really love the 2nd picture where the angle is just right and how you see the some what flat tire. Nice work on this.

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wow.;'. barn find hot rod..sweet.

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Nice,looks really good,But I think those tires will hold air they look fairly new,put some air in and drive it home...when the suns out.

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I keep coming back for more big scale rust. I love this build.

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Awesome! It could easily pass for a real car. Great model and photography!

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Outstanding!!! Just-right aging/weathering ... not over the top, as so often happens. Very, very realistic.

Kudos!!!!

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I've never seen a rusty one in this scale, nice work. I know this one has been on here a while but, I some how missed it. I just started looking at big scale again and love it. This one goes on my list, Thanks.

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Great work!

Do you have any build shots?

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Great work!

Do you have any build shots?

Sorry, I brought this back to the top from 2011, you may have to PM the guy. This came to us from Germany and I'm with you on the build shots. Maybe he will see this.

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PM Sent. Hope he is still active. :)

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They both look awesome.

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LOOKS REAL TO ME!!1

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