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1/18 MAD MAX part 2 Ford Falcon XB Coupe, V8 351

September 21, 2015 in Cars & Motorcycles

Done for the client ten years ago from the archives of my fotos.
represents the Mad Max car from the film the second part.
later I made the figure from garage Japan producer of resin .
If find a photo CD.


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16 responses to 1/18 MAD MAX part 2 Ford Falcon XB Coupe, V8 351

  1. that is a really smart model! i always wanted to do one of these, but never really knew what the base car was, or who did one. Well done, love the weathering!!

  2. Ford Falcon XB Coupe, V8 351 “interceptor”

  3. Great work! Begs for a diorama 🙂

  4. P.K., that’s one scary looking car! It really looks the part! Great work!

  5. All watering is done according to scream shot
    print by customer from movie sequences all scraces
    scraces & dust.
    kit is a mix of garage Diecast & resin catfish Japan Limited
    producer from fifteen years or more ago.

  6. Looks like it was a fun project! You can never weather wrong in the Apocalypse! Good looking model.

  7. Cars are not my profession but the customer still pays the right price
    that I start something of this.
    Now I am looking for a CD with some more ancient image
    some jeep and anything but a little more, maybe for a good mix.

  8. I can’t say that I’m fan of these movies, but you’ve certainly done a great job on this model.

  9. Very cool! I love the Mad Max series. The Australian Falcons were built in Geelong, where I lived in 1966-67 (or least they were back then). They were never just exactly like our American Falcons I don’t believe. There is a strong corporate, “familial” resemblance though to mid-70s Torinos I think.

  10. Very nice!!!! From a fan of “weathering.” Fantastic job with the dirt and grime well done. I feel that all models should be treated as art forms, sort of like 3D illustration…

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