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About brandolsx

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  • Birthday 02/27/1987

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    Sycamore, IL
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    Brandon Nicklaus

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  1. Wow, really clean paint job. Nice work!
  2. Wow, really an amazing job. I honestly thought these were the real cars at first.
  3. Excited to see what you do with this. I have always wanted this kit! I'll keep checking in!
  4. Looks dreamy! Take me for a ride stud ! Nice work. Great detail on the tail & head lights
  5. Thanks Ron and Gary! Was not an easy build that's for sure. A lot to change on the next one! Will dooo. I gotta get better shots of this thing though. These photos make it look terrible
  6. Well, I finally finished this car this weekend. It turned out great and am very happy with it. I definitely learned a lot working with this resin kit and am happy I have the 964 version still to do. That one will turn out even better. There is a lot of modifying and making sure EVERYTHING fits before final painting. This is KEY. Pardon the photos below for the dust on the car. At then end I noticed there was two tabs in the back where the taillight lens goes. I have to grind this and thought I got all the dust off the car. But photos are unforgiving and catch all these details. The decals didn
  7. Thanks Ron! You are right. There is a lot of working this one. I'm pretty excited how this one is coming out. I have another kit I'm building where I want to make the wheels almost a rosey silver color. I am hoping if I lay a base of red down that metalizer with show through some of the red. I'll do a test run first.
  8. Alright I haven't posted an update in a long time on this car and it's about time! A lot of progress has been made lately. I switch to the "Number One" Car scheme. I ordered a 964 and will be doing to the signal green color on that model. I completed the wheels. I couldn't find any machined parts to use so I picked up some C1 Models Metalizer. This stuff is amazing, you simply paint a base coat and buff on the powder. After buffed it turns out great! I don't need to explain too much, the photos will do justice:
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