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About Tommy124

  • Birthday 05/07/1969

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  1. Hi Thomas, well done on the model and the 1:1 does not look bad either! 😉 Glad you had to take only some engine and interior parts out of the Revell kit, as this is notorious for being one of ROG's worst kits ever...
  2. Well done! In order to add a bit of "apocalyptic realism", the wheels and tyres should probably look a bit dirtier. And the wheel protection shields should have some metal mesh like the 1:1, in order to save the tyres from the daily attacks with arrows... 😬
  3. Excellent build, great paintjob and a beautiful trio of 69's... I love this kit and I fully get why you did several of these. I built mine in non-W 30 configuration some time ago but will definitely do more of them aswell.
  4. I agree with all of the above Ray, your model looks good!
  5. Very cool, I like all of them!
  6. Many thanks guys, I apprecitiate your feedback. I must say I was rather happy not to build the EM version. Both versions of the kit make it necessary to glue the lower part of the front fascia to the body. According to the instructions, this should be done at the very end of the build, which means that all parts are painted already. A great opportunity to spoil things last-minute... ☹️ I decided to glue those parts together prior to the painting process which gave me the option to properly fill and sand the gap. However, in order to fit in the chassis later on, I had to cut around 1 inch off the front part (the trunk where the spare tyre is located in the EM kit). Not a problem for this curbside, but it would be different with the EM kit...
  7. Hi there, I built the Fujimi curbside variant of this and decided to replicate the car of German 60's/ 70's soccer legend Günter Netzer. This is the image of the car, taken 1972 while he was among the "common people". https://www.imago-images.de/sp/0018300595 And this is how it turned out in scale:
  8. Nice build! The height certainly looks different to what's shown on the box... But if you check on other builds of this kit, you will find that it just seems to build that high.
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