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2002 WRX Subaru Rally

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Salvaged this Tamiya kit from a lot on Ebay. It was painted an ugly orange, had a broken A-pillar, and was missing the wheels and decals. I sourced an aftermarket set of decals for a 2003, and somebody gave me a set of wheels from a Porsche. So what started out as a neglected and abused Tamiya kit.....ended up looking like a used and abused Tamiya model. :D

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Nice save. Good job, looks great.

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Great recovery

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Nice rebuild. It is very convincing.

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Nice save Sam, the weathering is very convincing, looks like it's just completed a stage B);)

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Thanks everyone. It sure is a nice feeling to get something done. lol This one was started back in feb of 2010.

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I have been looking for this kit for awhile to make a scale replica of my 1:1 2002 STI. I love the weathering effects. I'm sad that no company makes this year with a removable hood and engine.

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Nice job Sam

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Great build, very realistic weathering.

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