iModeler Automotive

Scale models of cars, trucks, motorcycles, machinery.

B-type London Omnibus 1919 (1/35) with passengers and crew

The last few weeks I’ve been working on this lovely bus, part two of my ‘Downton Abby’-series. A few models before this one I built an old Renault AG (ICM) which was a lot easier than this one by MiniArt (38031). Especially the [...]

41 - 1/12 Tamiya Honda VFR750R

This is a really nice kit, the only down side is the very thick decals that have a tendency to crack over the curves of the bike. I decided to do one side clear as that was an option in the kit - so the beautiful engine could be displayed [...]

1:8 Super X Deadwood Special3D Scratch Build

In the Spring of 2000 I was working in the styling department for Excelsior-Henderson in Belle Plaine, Minnesota. The company had plans to unveil a hydraulic front (non-springer) end version of the Super X at the Sturgis Bike Rally in [...]

Kenworth W 924 S.A.R.

Hi, started with the 1/16th kit of a Kenworth W900 yankee truck and fully converted it into an Aussie legend. These trucks were built because of strict road rules and regulations that are in force in Australia back in the late 70's which [...]

Bombardier Iltis-Scratch Built

The Iltis jeep, officially known as the Volkswagen Type 183 Iltis, is a military vehicle built by Volkswagen for use by the German military and under license by Bombardier for the Canadian Forces and Belgian Army. This vehicle was [...]

First car, First love

Thanks to an article by @moparpep a while back, I was finally able to find a model kit of my first car, a 1969 Pontiac Bonneville, purchased from the MCW Finishes website, where he found a kit for his first car. I bought the real one way [...]

Norton Manx 500cc1952 (Italeri 1/9)

When I restarted my old modeling-hobby last year this Italeri-kit from was one of the first kits I bought. After building some armour I thought it was time to give this one a chance. Geoff Duke won the Dutch TT in Assen on this bike in [...]




E. L. Cord, owner of the Auburn Automobile Company, and other transportation firms, bought the Duesenberg Motor Corporation on October 26, 1926, for the Duesenberg brothers' engineering skills, talent and brand name. He intended to produce [...]