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Daihatsu Copen

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This is an Aoshima kit I picked up a few years ago that ended up being a fun out-of-the box build. The styling reminded me a little of an old Porsche Speedster or modern Audi TT, but I'm sure others would think it looks more like a jelly bean! Paint is House of Kolor Cobalt Blue. Comments, good and bad, are welcome.

Thanks for looking.

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Liking that style and the color is great.

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Love these- wish they sold the 1:1 in the US.

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Such a neat little car. I wish they were available here, too. Who knows - probably wouldn't have predicted Fiat 500s running rampant five years ago!

Great little model. I like the paint and it looks smooth and shiny. Nice work.

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Cool car, thats a great color...

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I really like that color, looks like it went together very well.

Aoshima has released at least 11 different version of this little car, and they just reissued the 10th Anniversary Edition this month. So anyone who wants a try at this they're out there, at least 3 other versions along with the 10th Anniversary Edition are still in production.

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Thanks, Guys, for the kind words. If you're getting bogged down with a bunch of super detailed projects, this kit is a good one to get back some momentum. It just about falls together.

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