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Mr. Turbo

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    JJ

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  1. Thanks so much!! Yeah, I had some fun, tried some things. Always experimenting. Usually failing but it's all good. 😎
  2. Sweeeet. Just watched that Grand Tour episode on astronauts' Corvettes. Love it. Nice work.
  3. Lovely little car - beautiful work on the model!! 👍
  4. Thanks guys - kinda fun spending all this time on something you might see in a high school parking lot. You know, like how the blankets are only there because the seats are all worn out underneath. 👍
  5. Specifically a Tamiya Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT-Z AE92. My second model in 20 years after the brown Crown I posted awhile back. Here's another megapost with some inspo and more fun photo experiments! Here's the two of 'em together, chillin'. The kit: The inspiration - went for kind of an Okinawa surf vibe with this one...wanted to see if I could make blanket seat covers like that. Weird little 1/2 mudflaps... Fixed. Added the pop-ups from the Initial D AE86, I guess Takumi will have to deliver during t
  6. So nice to see them all back to life! Well...completely rebuilt I guess. At least it's a chance to fix whatever you wanted to change on the originals. If only owners of the real things, sitting abandoned in fields behind tofu shops, had your determination. I watch too much WasabiCars, haha.
  7. Nice work for the year! Love the detail on the IZh and that Lada cabrio - for those long, warm winters. ?
  8. Dat's one dope rat! Love your style. I think one could still pack a couple duffels in the front there.
  9. Those are awesome, Grzegorz! Cool subject, straight out of Casino. My grandmother used to drive me around in hers. What a great site. We got guys making brass hotrods and other guys molding resin 80's Eldorados. Love it.
  10. Very nice! Very Germanic. Or Teutonic. Whichever - lovely model! That's my 2nd favorite Turbo badge after the one on the front of the Saab 99.
  11. Awesome work and welcome! Love the paintjob - I hope Han's pants are clean.
  12. Dayum, that's sweet. I can see that rolling into a Mooneyes show in Odaiba or Yokohama.
  13. Ahh, love those brown cars, nice job! The 911 2.7 came in a similar shade, lovely.
  14. Very clean. No Flying Chicken, no hood nostrils - wow, they used to be so sharp and simple! Nice work. How they managed to get 145 and 165 horsepower out of the available V8 engines...wow.
  15. Sometimes the "special faces" work great in real life! Sometimes they don't. Aston-Miata? Rolls-Beetle? RX3-RX7?
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