Lola T70 MkIII Jo Bonnier 1968 1/12

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Hi

This Tamiya Lola I did a few years ago, It´s ment to be the Bonnier B.O.A.C 500 car from -68.

There are some minor differences from the real car but I can live with that.

Jo himself is made of different Tamiya drivers, the head comes from the Matra kit.

The decals is from the spare box and the #2 decals is made by a modelling friend in the US ( Thanks Stu ! )

Detailed with hoses,wires and connectors.

More later

Thomas

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That is sooooo cool... I love it. Brilliant build of a great kit, and the figure is the icing on the cake. I'd really like that car on my shelf!

bestest,

M.

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Beautiful build. I like your detailed Jo Bo figure w/ his goatee...

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My FAVORITE Can-Am car!!! you did it PROUD!!!!

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You did a heck of a job on that kit. Well done !!

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That yellow really pops. What did you use to keep the blue from bleeding through?

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That yellow really pops. What did you use to keep the blue from bleeding through?

Hi

I used an ordinary automotive primer , don´t remember the brand. The yellow is Humbrol 69 that I got in a spraycan.

Thomas

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Thats a great looking Lola! Nice job :rolleyes:

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Hey Thomas, sorry I missed this earlier mate.

That is a GREAT build up of a sweet looking car. Nice to see it wearing different livery to what is the norm. B) The driver is a neat touch. ;)

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