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About activexp

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  1. Hi Peeps, this is my '32 Ford Little Deuce Coupe Highboy version from Revell.
  2. Getting there.....slowly.....
  3. October update, issues 40 - 43 Issue 40: Foot pedals and a switch for the brake. Issue 41: Centre console parts. Issue 42: Parts for the time display. Issue 43: Parts for the time circuits. This completes the October release.
  4. A well engineered kit from Revell but lacks finer detail in some areas such as the engine and underside of the chassis. I would have expected more than 94 parts at this scale.
  5. Big BMW 1/16

    The kit comes with a nice little suitcase for the luggage rack. Almost at the end of this build, just a few more bits to add and it's done.
  6. Big BMW 1/16

    A little more done on this one.
  7. Big BMW 1/16

    Here we have Revell's 1/16 BMW Isetta 250 'Bubble Car'. Only six parts to the 250CC BMW motorbike engine. Soft detail on the floorpan. The interior with seat cushion decals The wheels and tyres are nicely done.
  8. Dodge Sidewinder

    Nice work What kit?
  9. This is one of those builds that you wish you'd never started, missing motorization parts and instructions which I swear were written by someone who had never built the kit. The whole thing put me in bad mood not helped by the body falling off the paint stand before it had dried. I could go on but suffice to say there were times when I was tempted to bin it

    Superb build, love it
  11. Pocher 1/4 ducati pangalie

    You're one lucky guy Mr. Nuts
  12. September update: Issues 36 - 39 Issue 36, 'Pontoons' for the rear wheel arches and brackets. Issue 37, Rear wheel arches. Issue 38, Wiring, a plate and 4 support stands. Issue 39, Floor plate and more wiring. This completes the September build.
  13. Despite being over 40 years old, this is an excellent kit only let down by unclear instructions and heavy flash. Some smaller parts were actually buried in it. Unfortunately the windscreen frame was broken and tricky to repair. Thanks for looking Steve
  14. 1/24 london bus diorama

    OK thanks KP
  15. Well Rich, I don't have the patience to do your awesome scratch builds, that would drive me nuts. I look at it this way with partworks, a box of goodies to look forward to every month. Some subscribers wait until they have the full set of parts (like 2 years) before starting the build. I wouldn't have the patience for that and need to get stuck in straight away.