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Everything posted by Gluebomber

  1. Beautiful Work, Pierre. Pinto kits are not "shake and bake" and you did a great job on this one. Great Job!
  2. Really nice work, Craig. I like this kit a lot. I built one years ago and have another one in my stash. Hope it turns out as well as yours!
  3. Nice Job, Thomas! Super clean build and outstanding paintwork.
  4. Amazing work. Great Job, Martin!
  5. Really nice work, Andreas. The engine bay looks fantastic. Great Job!
  6. Really nice build, Ville. Great finish and a really nice color choice. Super Job!
  7. Oh no, the kit that is mine is in 1/16 scale. Well, that explains it! The larger scale makes your model that much more impressive. Once again, Great Job!
  8. Many thanks, Larry. Hope we will see your Benz soon. I´m really curious. But the doors to be opened were original kit, that´s not an extra step. Well, that's interesting. Here's a link to the kit I'm working on: https://www.scalemates.com/kits/testors-italeri-229-mercedes-benz-300sl-cabriolet--1138326 The doors don't open. Is this the kit you used?
  9. Really nice work, Hanjo. I'm in the process of finishing the same model with a different color scheme right now, but didn't take your extra step of opening the doors. You executed that very well and it adds a lot to your model. Great Job!
  10. Thanks once again for the kind comments, Guys. I'm glad you liked my model. Sonny, the hood clips are p/e parts that came with the KA set. The windshield is the kit part.
  11. Really nice work, Craig. The color scheme really makes those wide whitewalls pop. Great Job!
  12. I love the livery. Great Job, Patrick! What kit did you use?
  13. Wonderful build with incredibly realistic detailing. Great Job and welcome to MCM!
  14. Thanks again for all the kind words.
  15. Thanks very much for the kind comments, Guys.
  16. Below are some pics of the Hasegawa Ferrari Testa Rossa. I added the KA detail set which included turned aluminum rims, exhaust ends, and carb intakes, along with many p/e parts. I wired the engine and added some scratchbuilt wire looms and coils. The seats were piped with red wire. Paint is Tamiya Spray Italian Red (TS-8) which was decanted, mixed with Gunze Levelling Thinner, and airbrushed. This was an excellent kit that went together very well and while the KA set included some microscopic p/e parts, I think what I was able to use added a lot to the model. Unfortunately, both have been out of production for a while and, when you can find them, they're going for crazy prices. Hopefully, they'll both be re-released before too long. I hope you like the pictures and any comments and constructive criticism are welcome. Thanks for looking!
  17. Super nice build, Jason. I'm building a similar car in 1/24 and I'll be using your pics as reference material. Great Job!
  18. Really nice work, Rich. Hill's 49B has been on my to-build list for a while now. Seeing yours may be what I need to get going on it. I hope it tuns out as well as yours!
  19. Really nice build of a challenging kit. Great Job, Thomas!
  20. Bill, Great Job on wrestling an old, crude kit into a really nice model!
  21. Nice clean build of a car you don't see too often. Great Work, Steve!
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