NEW TO IMODELER?
7547 registered members can't be wrong.
Click here to add comments, start posting and unlock other fabulous features of iModeler today.
Just finished this. This is the first car of a clients father.
more from this author »
Craig Abrahamson said on March 13, 2018
Very nicely done, my friend…(my first car was a ’53 Ford convertible – flat head six – manual shift on the column – black). Maybe some of the other folks here who respond can tell us what THEIR first car was – I’d bet it’d be an interesting (and eclectic) list. 🙂
Çetin SARF said on March 14, 2018
Thank you Craig, and nice idea!… =)
George Williams said on March 13, 2018
A very neat job with a beautiful paint finish, well done, Cetin. The first car I actually owned was a 1966 MG Midget in Oxford blue, I thought it was the bees’ knees at the time.
Thank you George… =)
Chuck A. Villanueva said on March 14, 2018
Nice work, the finish really shows a car in use for several years. Not as shiny yet still in good condition. My 1st car is a 1964 Chevy Corvair Monza Coupe in burgundy. I still have it.
Thank you Chuck.
And… You still have your first car??? This is amazing… Mine was a 1981 Chevrolet Caprice Classic… =)
Michel Verschuere said on March 14, 2018
My favorite old-timer, I very much like the seats in this one! Fab build, çetin!
Thank you Michel, my customer said his father has changed the fabric of the seats with something like this. =)
Greg Kittinger said on March 14, 2018
Good looking build! It really has a look of authenticity, not a toy.
Tom Cleaver said on March 14, 2018
Yes, very realistic work.
Thank you Tom. =)
Thank you Greg… =)
Robert Royes said on March 14, 2018
A very nice build! First car, a 1971 Jeepster Commando.
Thank you Robert, Jeepster should be the funniest in the list… =)
First car I owned was a 1952 MG-TD I restored. Bought it for $500, put $600 into the restoration and sold it for $1,800, which financed leaving for California (only to discover 10 years later I should have held onto it, when I ran across one not as original as mine was selling for $17,500!).
Tom, we have a proverb in Turkish: The fish that escape is great. I hope someday you will have it again ’cause It’s a really beautiful car.
Ferry Dierckxsens said on March 14, 2018
Great work, it’s nice to see this kit build with a realistic look. Just wonderful.
Aahh my first car, just after getting my drivers licence in 1980, was a 1976 Volkswagen Polo.
Thank you Ferry
Jeff Bailey said on March 14, 2018
Really well done! My 1st car was in 1968; a 1962 Chevy Impala Super Sport convertible. Maroon with white top, black interior. 327 Cu, inch, 350 horse with 2 ea. 2-barrel carbs on a special manifold. 0-65mph (0-105kph) in 5.2 seconds. I still miss it. My next car was a ’67 Corvair Monza.
Thank you Jeff. 1962 Impala SS!!!… Woww!…
Erik Gjørup said on November 8, 2020
A bit late to this party, but taking up the quest; My first car was a Bedford RLHC Airport Fireengine (Crashtender) with a 350cu in Perkins diesel, 2000 liter water tank, 400 liter foamagent and a watercannon on the top!
Nice Mercer @cetinsarf!
And yes, I still own it, albeit it is in Greenland where I bought it.
Çetin SARF said on November 8, 2020
Sounds crazy. 😋 Do you have a picture of it?
You must be logged in to post a comment.
Silently powered by the iModeler software and the many sleepless nights of the webmaster.
© 2011-2021 iModeler. All rights reserved.