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dodouglas

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  1. Marco, this is a Phantom, the version of brazilian wagon is different, if you want to, search for VW Parati, this is brazilian version. Thanks gt6mkiii!!! the wheels come in the Tamiya Skyline 2000 Gt-r Hard Top. I am addicted to wagons, I made about 10 wagons with sedan kits, Subarus Imprezas, Alfa 155, Mercedes 600 SL, this Golf, Lancer EVO X, and I still have several projects in mind..hahaha
  2. Thanks Marco!!! I have some pictures of the construction of the wagon.. look:
  3. Revell Golf MKII Variant/Wagon, but here in Brazil, it can also be called VW Parati hahaha..
  4. hello guys, after a long time without posting here, i came to show my last kits, four C4, my collection is based in the world rally champions, so i did the cars of 2007, 2008, 2009 e 2010. I taked some pictures of the process. first i changed the height of the front suspension I put new tires, because the tires of the kit is too narrow I cut some parts that come injected straight into the chassis I cut the door knobs More work in the bodywork now in the interior the kit don't came with door panels, so i did with cardboard Wheels more details chassi paint decals all ready, two cars are missing tires, my friend will send two me. I'll take more photos of each car separated, and i'll post here in the forum!
  5. thanks guys!!! Alpha Delta, I used a hair dryer, and I crumpled it with my hands, then used a candle to make the wrinkles more specific, but be careful because the candle heats the plastic fast (much faster than the hair dryer) and there you can leave He's all crooked...
  6. More photos of the process ... the decals have finally arrived ... decals of the two Fiestas and one Focus .. Pre-assembly with the wheels of the Xsara, needs a few more adjustments .. Now with the decals.. After all, I had the great idea to change the front grille, to leave it closer to the R5 version, so masks and new paint .. Now I need to adjust the paint so I do not get that difference. Interior, dando trabalho..foto do interior dos dois fiestas.. Well, that's it for now, this week the body receives varnish .. Thanks!
  7. Good evening guys, a little updating of Bestard's Fiesta, I'm waiting for the decals, and curious to see how they stayed. While this follows a little of what I've done in this Fiesta, I'm doing it along with another Fiesta that soon I'll post here also in a new topic. I fitted the wheels of Heller's Xsara to this car, I applied the chrome to the lanterns, front and back, I'm still learning how to use this paint, The three steps of the chassis: And the stretched styrene, to have more options of gauges for spinning .. For now that's it, now I'm going to go inside, while the decals do not arrive. Thanks!
  8. I am doing a Ford Fiesta of the Paraguayan driver Augusto Bestard, which I had the pleasure of seeing in person in Erechim, in the year 2015. He competed for the South American stage of that year. This is the car: He is a Ford Fiesta R5, category below the WRC. I'm going to use a Fiesta WRC from Belkits, it's not the same car because WRCs are different from the R5 in some aspects of the body, but since I live in Brazil, buying a transkit is practically the price of a new kit (and the Two together gets really heavy on price), so sadly he'd been left with those differences. The belkits kit comes with asphalt wheels, so for this I'm going to use the wheels of the Citroen Xsara WRC from Heller, making some small adjustments to fit. It will look like this: Well, paint did all through masks, the decals will be customized, printed by a supplier here from Brazil. First layer was white throughout the car, then masks to red, and finally the black color, below some photos of the process: thanks!!!
  9. thanks Badder!!! a like the idea ofthe flags, i will try this in the next diorama. Thank you for the tips. I Really apreciate that.
  10. Thanks BristolBlue!! Glad to see that actually achieving the goal of showing that atsmofera.. a rally day! Thanks!!! Thanks!! is the only away i find to did the flags, if i print i think would not be real.. In the next i try do better.
  11. Thanks Jeepboy, That's what I wanted, that atmosphere! Thanks Bhouse! Yes i will add some spectators and crew.. i need to find and buy they!
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