Rusty VW pickup

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hi guys,this is a 1/43 VW T1 Pick up of Hongwell product,I modified the bed and then give it rusty look

LMKWYT and thanks for looking :)

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after :

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thanks..

Edited by Madworks

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Posted · Report post

hadi; please check the US spelling of words before permanently putting them on your otherwise excellent models.... i'm reasonably certain you didn't intend to use the vernacular for "urine" in relation to the universal "PEACE" sign.

and, i don't see why you don't post these in the Under Glass forum; they're models same as everybody else's.

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oops sorry, the word P ** s i is a slang pronunciation PEACE among teenagers here, I do not intend to do that, the image will be edited and I think the Under Glass only for the scale 1/24 plastic

sorry once again

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Posted · Report post

no, mate; Under Glass is for anything finished, material and scale regardless!

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Posted · Report post

ok thanks mate :D

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Posted · Report post

nice job.

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Posted · Report post

as a junker builder you know i love it. as for the spelling thing. i have seen a lot worse.lol :D

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Posted · Report post

that sure adds a lot of character.

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Posted · Report post

Nice transformation. I like it.

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Posted · Report post

Nice transformation. I like it.

thanks Dr.Cranky :)

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Your paint and weathering are spot-on. The debris in the back and the overall dust layer are especially nice touches.

David G.

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