'66 VW T1 Panel

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Hi Folks,

This one was sitting on my bench for a long time, finally have it finished. The color is Glasurit L456 ruby red ( original vw color ). 2 coats of standox automotive paint was shot, wet sanded and polished. Box stock except for resin fuchs wheels and US bumpers. I hope you like it.

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MehmetCan

Edited by volksrods

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Sweet Lookin' Van Man !!!

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Whoa!!!

That VW bus looks incredible, great job! B)

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Love the paint job! Nice!

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What's not to like ? Stunning build and superb paintwork ....

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Clean, low, and SHINY :) :) :)

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I'm not a huge VW fan, but tis build has all of the right stuff! Look'n good.

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That's beautiful!

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:o :o :o

I'm in love!! Super job on this!! I have a Ruby Red '65 Bug so I'm kinda partial to that color.

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Thank you all for kind words. :)

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Love the bug too!

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Every VW build I've seen of yours is BEAUTIFUL, and this one is too. Really, really fine. Man, I like it.

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Great work on this - it looks real nice.

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Spectacular!

B)

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Very nice build. Looks perfect to me. ls this kit similar to Revell's T-1 Samba, & if so, was it hard to lower? Bart.

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Where did you get the resin Fuch's?

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Nice clean looking van!

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Not a surprise that you turned out another beautiful "Air Sucker",you truly know your Dubbies....

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Very nice, and Ohhhh so clean. Good work Mehmet!

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That's gotta be about the pertiest dang brick I've ever seen. :)

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thats one nice paintjob !!!!!!! awsome build !!!!!!

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Very nice built. The paint looks beautiful. Well done!

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Thank you very for kind comments guys. They are all appreciated.

Very nice build. Looks perfect to me. ls this kit similar to Revell's T-1 Samba, & if so, was it hard to lower? Bart.

Thanks Bart. I haven't built Revell's Samba yet so I don't have a chance to compare. It is not hard lower Hasegawa's Buses. Just cut the front beam into three pieces, narrow it down, place it somewhere higher than its original position, use low profile tires, ant it's done :)

Where did you get the resin Fuch's?

I took some molds of Fuchs' and BRM's sometime ago and casted some sets.

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Awsume looking van, excellent paint finish...Great color also...

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Dang! I need a couple of sets. I thought you'd maybe found a supplier or something.

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