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  1. I finished this Galaxie about two and a half years ago. This was my first attempt at post apocalypse vehicle. My first attempt at weathering too. I watched all the videos and all the techniques I could find on Youtube. What would we do without internet??? I think that I repainted the car body four times. Never happy with the weathering job. In the end I was very happy with it. http:// http:// trunk cover closed: http:// trunk cover open: http:// The fuel storage. I made the 55 gallon drum out of a container that held diabetic blood strips. http:// http:// http://
  2. This 1969 Riviera was the second post apocalypse build of mine. Thanks for looking!! http:// http:// http:// http:// http:// http:// http:// http://
  3. Hello. I'm new to these forums. I've got a few post-apocalypse cars in my collection that I'd love to share. Here's my favorite and the last model that I have completed. It's a AMT1970 Baldwin Camaro. Had a blast making it. Hope you enjoy. http:// http:// http:// http:// http://
  4. Hello, I'm new to the forums. This is my first post. I'm really into the post apocalypse builds and rat rods. Here is what I'm currently working on. It's a Datsun 510 converted into a truck. I have a lot left to do, but I really wanted to show it off. Thanks for checking it out. http:// http:// http://
  5. Not sure where this is going From a friend I got a incomplete Cuda, and truck chassis wit some small parts and bunch trailer wheels. Im thinking to build a model that fits the Mad Max or the Apocalypse scene. By the way the roof gun comes from a broken toy from my kid. I have also a Revell armor car that I might use to combine with the Cuda. Suggestions and ideas are welcome
  6. This is my build of Max's car from the first movie. It's an Aoshima Road Warrior kit with a mm1 resin transkit from Frank. the kit is the latest release with the photoetch extras. The build went very well, except for the boot lid, which i had major trouble with the hinge and making it fit. (brass rod snaps if you bend it too much!) I plan to use the left over upgrade parts to fix up my previously built Road Warrior Interceptor.
  7. So I've been working on this piece for the past few weeks. I'm having to do this the cheap way, seeing as how I have limited funds- Scrap signage plastic(luckily, it's styrene based), 3 3/4" figures(of which I have amassed a good collection of), and random pieces of plastic I find that catch my eye have been the baseline for my materials. Here is the link to the gallery- http://public.fotki.com/cryodert/dio-stuff/ Just wanted to open this topic as a heads up for you to keep your eyes open, because I am quite pleased with what I have accomplished thus far. As a side note, I am building this piece in sections- which I have found to be easier than assembling a base first. I am not quite sure how large the entire piece will be, and I prefer not to be limited by a set amount of space at the moment. 'til next time... -Rob P.S. Oh, and to give a description of what I plan to have in the diorama- There will be a pump station set in an old industrial park, surrounded by a few aged and slightly destroyed buildings. The pump station will be manned by post-american rebellion fighters (basically remnants of american militants and service personnel after WW3) attempting to repurpose it for their own use. They will have a small security detail as lookout, and for good reason- there's a medium sized enemy patrol... coming right for them. The enemy patrol hasn't spotted the rebels just yet, but they may be in for a good fight.
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