Cars, motorcycles, construction machines and anything else which fits on the road.
good afternoon. After a long time building only models of planes or tanks I saw an Italieri kit that caught my attention at 1:16 scale and at the first opportunity I decided to mount it. Levo with almost 6 months but it has been a great experie[...]
Now finished: WIP here: Cheers! Dolf
As part of the ongoing unboxing ceremony of moving onto a new house I was reacquainted with this beauty. She’s an old ‘scalextric’ 1/32 scale that I’ve had for some time and she always brings a smile to me. The iModeler at the Mo[...]
A few years ago Revell released its new Trabant kit. It was a much better kit than their first version, released in the early nineties. According to urban legends, a few Revell employees drove to the former GDR right after the reunification, bou[...]
Finally managed to complete this model! Had some issues, like having lost a couple of parts (for most of them luckily I was able to duplicate them using Blue Stuff and Milliput, but being tiny little pieces, and being my 1st time casting these t[...]
1/12 Tamiya, almost OOB with a few small modifications, finished in MM Italian red and Tamiya enamels with Future over kit decals, I started building this in 2015, my first model finished for the Year of the Cat GB.
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[...]