Cars, motorcycles, construction machines and anything else which fits on the road.
Nothing new on my bench so I decided to take photos of a favorite from my collection. As far as I know this kit is out of production. My kit has 1984 dates on the instruction sheet. The original Lotus 7 was introduced in 1957. At the time a fact[...]
With the extra time from Shelter-in-Place I finally pushed my microscope aside and got to work on this NB Miata/MX-5 build. This is Aoshima’s 99 NB8C kit. I have always loved the lines of this car, but I’m biased. My daily driver is a 2001 NB LS[...]
I was given a brand new Volvo LM 841 to weather as well as make a small vignette, for a friend of mine, Rickard Algotsson. I decided to give this 1:50 scale model a go. It's a beautiful model with great details. Surprisingly enough, it is not ma[...]
This is Tamiya's 1/20 kit - 20017 Decals -Indycals and Museum Collection (D783-1800) Paint - Zero 2K primer - Zero Brilliant White - Gravity 2K Clear All my models:
Hi Guys here is my Tamiya, IDF M151 A2 in 1/35 scale. Aftermarket parts: Legend 1377 1/35 M151A2 Detailing Set Eduard 1/35 M-151A1 Shmira photo-etch AEF Designs Israeli IDF M151 Shmira jeep resin conversion HTF CMK 1/35 M151 MUTT IDF (Isra[...]
Over the years ago have made the old Airfix B Type bus kit. Likely a bit of a rite of passage for many modellers I feel. When I saw Miniart bringing one out, thought why not indeed and got myself one. As always with Miniart somewhat over engine[...]
I bought this car 'cause the real one's were produced by the Ford Motor Company during the year of my birth. This model kit had next to no flashing, but they had a couple of punch mark's on some of the parts. In fact if you pay attention to th[...]
On January 9, 2020 I posted my first 1960 Ford Starliner car. I somehow forgot to post my second one which is like a "half" Starliner car. My 1950 high school buddy Ed lives in Scottsdale, Arizona/U.S.A. and on my 2014 visit he ask me to build [...]
This model kit was produced by Gunzy Sangyo. The full name of the car was: "1957 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham." I added a styrofoam base with some of my back yard Colorado desert sandy dirt and stuck in one of the dead desert bushes. Cheers! RJW.
I DO NOT REMEMBER WHO MADE THIS KIT. All I can say is: It must have went together A-OK. I used different colors of Tamiya paints. RJW.