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  1. Great model and photography, very well executed. The paint job is very nice, very clean, overpaints. Attention to detail is great...
  2. Amazing model, very realistic, especially the chrome parts are very well executed...
  3. Cok tesekkuler Abi:) I live in Istanbul but my family lives in Izmir and I have lived there until college days. Were you in Izmir in the US military base?
  4. I have not seen the actual car either but saw some photos on the net. It is really a small car, probably slightly bigger than a motorcycle:) In fact they have used a chain for the transmission instead of a shaft:)
  5. It is very realistic, very good model. Simply amazing...
  6. Thank your all for your encouraging words, I am glad that you liked the model. Pete, the kit is nice but the plastic is too thick. You may want sand down some of the parts that show it but that is not applicable for the windscreed. Inserting the body to the chasis was quite difficult, you have to really spread the sides of the body and hope to not break the plastic (I learned it the hard way). Gluing the dashboard to the body also requires a nice strong glue. Once you gloss the body, you will not be able to use Tamiya green cap. I used gators grip but it requires a lot of
  7. Hello all, I have recently finished Tamiya's Honda S600. It is a tiny car, probably 2/3rd of a normal size car. The fit of the kit is ok, probably a little more problematic than recent Tamiya standards. Chromed everything with Alclad. Used tamiya spray white mixed with some tamiya acrylic earth to get a classic car color from 60's. Used automotive gloss as the top coat and applied alclad for the trims over it. Thanks for your comments... salih
  8. Great model, very clean and neat. Paintjob is really top notch. I dont know why it did not get lots of critics but compared some unrealistic car models in the forum, your work really deserves much more appreciation...
  9. Thank you for your kind and encouraging words...
  10. Hi all, this is my first post in this forum. Here is Tamiya's 1/24 Porshce 911 Turbo '88. Great kit but requires some tidy masking and careful painting. Thank you for your comments...
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