Fast job with a great kit, I'm happy to post my second entry this month.
Paint and weathering products from Ammo by Mig.
For this build, I used a trailer from Italeri. Using the chassis from the Italeri kit, I scratchbuilt the flatbed and the coil rigid supports. The air couplings were also scratch built using pieces of styrene. I intend to replace the wheels usin[...]
After a very long pause on this hobby I'm trying to re-start it. Have a lot of kits still on their original boxes, different types and scales.
I'm now assembling and painting the model listed on the title (and at the same time starting also the[...]
looks like a Charger and a Roadrunner had a baby
I jacked the rear end about 3/16th
my first car...at least first shiny thing
the hood could be released by pulling the pins ...then the driver stands in front and lifts the fiberglass hood off[...]
This is an out-dated build that had been de-commissioned a long time ago. In other words, it does not exist in my collection presently. The scale is 1/24 Italeri model kit. Other than some scratch built parts, and some added small accessories, i[...]
This is the 6.3l V12 engine from the Tamiya LaFerrari. It generates a whopping 800 bhp and is combined with an electric motor, giving the car a total of 950 bhp. Not bad for a road car...
It's the first time I've posted an article of [...]
This is another small and quick vignette I made in-between my current major truck build. Yes, I have been doing quite a lot of them lately. I wanted something to take with me to the GGG exhibition in Sweden, in two weeks time. So I came up with [...]
This was a very fast build. Took less than 6 days(roughly), to complete. It was just something I decided to do in-between another truck build I am currently working on. I was just playing around. I call it, 'The wall of quotes'. Just a collectio[...]
Yep. another completed, but to be fair it was started long before the 350Z that I posted here a couple of weeks ago. So straight to the point, this is another Tamiya kit, and it is as ever superbly engineered, and fits just about perfectly. The [...]
As you may recall, I build a few cars alongside the usual military aircraft projects. This is Tamiya's 1:24 Nismo version of their old but still excellent Nissan 350Z Coupe (US = Fairlady Z).
As usual for a Tamiya car kit, it's perfectly engine[...]