Cars, motorcycles, construction machines and anything else which fits on the road.
This is the model kit I got from Martin, the editor of Imodeler. It’s been mix feelings with this Heller kit. But seeing that it was a very old kit and compromises were taken into account, I now learn my way around such discrepancies in this kit[...]
this is a Rolls Royce Phaeton…the old black buggies in the westerns that the doctors drove…like “Doc Adams” on Gunsmoke were called Phaetons…it basically means open , no side windows…these were called open cars or coachs and this would have bee[...]
Winner of Le Mans 1195, the supercar by Gordon Murray... Good kit from fujimi paint with Tamiya colors
Hi folks, hope everyone is well! Some time back I posted an article on a Ferrari engine as part of a work in progress. I'm pleased to say that many months later I have finally finished it. To those of you who are not already familiar with this m[...]
Built out of the box, with wood grain decals for the slats in the bed. Not perfect, but I'm happy with it. Brian Riedel
Hello again Fast job with a great kit, I'm happy to post my second entry this month. Paint and weathering products from Ammo by Mig. Spor!
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[...]
So i had an old F1 and in mind some kind of hovering or antigravity futuristic F1. Wheels are replaced with some gravity defying disks like those on the hoverboard in Back to the Future or the Matrix hover ship.
Greetings fellow modellers. i would like to present my embodiment of Walter Kim`s concept, done through kit bashing, scratch building and 3D printing. some WIP pics:
Summer's here and I've been away from my bench getting some automotive projects done. Finally had the slushbox on my '75 Hornet rebuilt so I tackled something that always bothered me. The grille from the 75 and later cars. The 73/74 units look m[...]