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ESCI Phillipine Taxi WIP

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This is my ESCI Phillipine Taxi WIP. I am doing some major modifications so you may not recognize the kit.

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More progress. Let me know what you guys think. Appreciate it.

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Some more pics. Whatcha think??

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This is what I have done up to date. Hope you guys like.

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Like this a lot, and love the real Toyo 4WDs. When you said "Phillipine Taxi" I was thinking one of those crazy things with dingle balls and crazy paint. This is WAY cooler.

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You are right, that is what the kit is supposed to look like. Here is a pic of the box

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Is this an original ESCI kit, or an ERTL or Italeri repop, or what? Very interesting.

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I think you took it in a much better direction than the box art version. Nice work.

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It is an original. Their is also a couple safari kits and a soft top version. The only repop kit that I know of is the Italeri FJ Armed Pickup kit. That kit does not have a top at all ,but instead, a machine gun.

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You know I think a Machine gun is a fair trade for a roof top.

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thats cool .. at first teh wheels looked a bit toy-ish .. but now > cool !!

love the details ..

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