Entry # 109

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1/43rd scale 1955 Lancia D50

 

Note:

  • Fabricated throttle linkage
  • Added ignition wires
  • Added fuel lines and fuel block

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Entry # 97

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1/32 scale 1961 Ford Ranchero

 

Note:

  • Added parts box toy wheels and racing stripe!

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Entry # 25

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1/72 scale M274 "Civi-mule" 

 

Note:

  • Roll bar, side boards, driver pedals, diamond plate on floor, shift levers, battery box & cables.
  • Cover gas tank hollow back, add filler neck & cap, exhaust pipe, 3D printed wheels, add bed stowage.
  • Weathered as well used & shabby, only shiny item is new steering wheel. Model is 1.5 inches long.

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Entry # 220

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1/87th scale Willys Wagon

 

Note:

  • The model I used had pretty much a plastic body and bottom. Made in the 60’s for rail road diorama
  • Scratch build chassis, motor, interion. Cut the door,tailgate and hood to show interior and motor
  • The green one Willys is to show what mine started off.

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Entry # 321

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1/43rd scale Zingers! Chevy

 

Note:

  • Body hand painted in 1Shot enamel after the Alclad chrome, forget BMF here.
  • Replacement small block Chevy is wired and has gas line from moon tank
  • Very detailed kit that captures the '57 Chevy Bel Air gasser look

Entry # 249

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1/43rd scale Venturi, Sherwood, Lemans 1994

 

Note:

  • MasterPro Finishes Automotive Primer and Tamiya White base and Tamiya Red color coat. Final coated with DuPont 2K Chroma Clear
  • The solid resin wheel centers were cut from behind & sanded so that just the spokes were left. K&S brass tubing was cut to use as wheel hoops.
  • The disc brakes & calipers were from Tameo & even come with readable Brembo decals! also added valve stems from K&S brass rod

Entry # 248

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1/43rd scale 1982 Camaro LeMans

 

Note:

  • MasterPro Finishing Lacquer Primer and Tamiya White base color. Final coated with DuPont 2K Chroma Clear
  • Built out of the box
  • Made new glass by vaccing and shaping new, then applying with 5-Minute Epoxy from the outside. 

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Entry # 250

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1/43rd scale Nissan R86V LeMans 1986

 

Note:

  • MasterPro Finishing Lacquer Primer and Tamiya White base color with a final color or mixed Tamiya blues. Rest is decals. Final coated with DuPont 2K Chroma Clear
  • Built out of the box

Entry # 320

Modeler to be named later

1/32nd scale 1932 Chevrolet Cabriolet

 

Note:

  • Body painted with acrylics and 1 Shot enamel, oils for interior and figures
  • Map in granpa's hands is computer generated. Alclad took care of kit chrome
  • Was a challenge to fit two seated figures into this car.

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Entry # 252

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1/72nd scale Clark Clarktor 6 Tractor

 

Note:

  • Detailed front shield, rear bumper area, scratchbuilt exhaust & hitch pin. New seat.
  • Added driver pedals & gear shift levers, mesh to side of the hood and some detailing of the engine.
  • Headlight lenses punched from sequins with Bondic lenses. Gas filler neck lengthened.

Entry # 247

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1/43rd scale Porsche 911 GT1

 

Note:

  • Paint is mixed Tamiya Yellow & Orange over a base of Automotive Primer and Tamiya White. Final coated with DuPont 2K Chroma Clear
  • Aftermarket decals by Decal 43
  • Made new glass by vaccing and shaping new, then applying with 5-Minute Epoxy from the outside. 

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