Cars, motorcycles, construction machines and anything else which fits on the road.
I just love the old Revell 1/16 scale funny car kits. I remember when this kit came out. I was about 9 years old and being in north Texas we are not too far from Gene Snow's shop in Ft Worth. Anyway, there was a store kinda like Wal-Mart called[...]
This is the very cheap, very poorly engineered Lindberg 40' Ford Deluxe. I bought this kit about 1 1/2 years ago for a mere $4 mainly because it was 1/32. Upon opening the box and seeing just how crappy it was it sat on my shelf. Yesterday I was[...]
Tamiya's Alpine 110C, built OOB. Engine was airbrushed with Testor's Metallizer Aluminum & Tamiya Clear Blue, then given an acrylic wash. Frame and interior airbrushed with Polly Scale Engine Black. Exterior was painted with Tamiya Metallic [...]
Built shortly before I moved not a great kit, but fun and looks ok once done. Curbside for sure not much detail.
Had it not been part of General Motors, Cadillac might have perished in the Depression, a time when few could afford -- or wanted to be seen in -- big, expensive automobiles no matter how superb. Unlike independent Packard, which was [...]
Every now and then I like to unwind with bit of fun, and these little kits really fit the bill. I strip the chrome so I can clean up the seam lines, then replace it with Alclad. The body is Spaz Stix Flourescent Blue from a spary bomb. The en[...]
One of my few ventures into automotive modeling, I won this kit at a club raffle, and just had to build it. I built it box stock, only painting the stripes instead of trying to use the battleship armor they give you for decals. The colour is a[...]
This is the 1/48th scale Tamiya Komatsu G40 Bulldozer. I finished earlier this year, I completed most of it in one weekend. It is really a fun little kit to build, and as usual with Tamiya well engineered. A friend of mine once told me neve[...]