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I start a new build report, the Hoonicorn Mustang is built. For this I got a kit of the 1966 Mustang from AMT. But from this kit I will only be able to use the body and some small parts.

I have already 3D printed a lot of the parts.

Here are the first pictures.




Then there are the first pictures with color and some things were built together.


I hope that I can inspire a few of you with it.


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The bodyparts are made by me, but you can buy the other parts at cgtrader.

In the download file, the body is also included, but only as a complete part or in two parts. These are also too big for my printer. 

But I want to use the body from the kit, so I modeled this body kit as individual parts. 


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Today I'm going a little further.


First test.


The engine.



The front all wheel components.


The dash got some color.


Interior too.


Now I stand before riddles. I've been searching my fingers off for the wiring/hosing. Also, I can't find anything where the hoses/cables go from the red/black part at the front of the engine.

Maybe you can help?


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Thank you very much. 

If I could now somehow get further with the engine, then everything would be perfect.

But unfortunately I can't find any pictures where you can see how the motor is wired and where all the hoses are connected.

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13 minutes ago, MarcelT4 said:

Thank you very much. 

If I could now somehow get further with the engine, then everything would be perfect.

But unfortunately I can't find any pictures where you can see how the motor is wired and where all the hoses are connected.









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