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Tommy124

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  1. Thanks guys! @Kurt: yes, most of them Hasegawa Delta kits are rally versions. I have the "Super Delta" in Martini livery yet to do myself.
  2. Hi folks, it's been a while since I've done a European road car. This has been a nice kit, nothing else to be expected from Hasegawa. Built straight out of the box. The car itself, a legend... the race version has won no less that 6 world rallye titles on the trot. The road car, some consider it to be the Ferrarí of the hatchback class. Probably right about that... 😀
  3. Nothing short of a fantastic build, Chang! Excellent in every department. I have this kit aswell and your model pretty much shows the max that can be done with it!
  4. Many thanks guys, I appreciate it! Thanks Albert. I used 2k clear coat over Zero Paints (Pure White & Rothmans Racing Blue).
  5. Hi Anders, different kind of subject from you this time... what's identical to your other builds is the great level of skills that you show. Very nice result and the "mean" carbon fibre certainly is a nice contrast to the "innocent" light blue color! 😀
  6. Many thanks guys! Yes, indeed this is the Italeri re-release of the old Protar (plastic) kit. Some might know that there was a Protar metal kit aswell. Decals in the kit were of good quality but it still was a big PITA to get it look like this. This included mixing paint to match the light and dark blue and red color, in order to cover the spots that were left blank by the decals. As regards the real racing car, the LC2 was the only Group C racing car ever to have a Ferrari engine. It was real quick and a serious threat to the Porsche 956's, however in the long endurance races, its durab
  7. Great result! If this type of chrome effect would have come from any kind of paint, I wouldn't have believed it! I would like to know more about the vinyl chrome you used.
  8. Nice build of an extremely nice kit! One small criticism, if I may, is that the front "Benz grille" should be blacked out. I built this kit when those cars were still running in the DTM, around 1995. Still have the model and, apart from the labels being ages and yellowed, I still like it. https://www.wettringer-modellbauforum.de/forum/index.php?page=Thread&postID=789071#post789071 By the way, I saw that the both of us arranged the decals on the front hood differently. Mine has the Tabac decal above the Sonax one, yours has it the otherway round. Also the Tamiya box shows it
  9. Excellent build, outstanding result! I once had this kit in my stash but sold it some years ago because at the time I felt I was not ever gonna take on the amount of work that would come with turning it into a result that could be halfway as nice as yours.
  10. Hi there, I just finished this project which I started 3 years ago. The kit is the Tamiya 956 "Kenwood" kit, I used the Tamiya PE parts set and Shunko decals on this. Paint is Zero Paints basecoat + 2K automotive clear. The engine detail is very poor on this kit, so besides using the PE parts I added some scratch-built details.
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