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peekay

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About peekay

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    Switzerland
  • Interests
    Model cars, Music - in no particular order.

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  1. Monogram's classic series produced some great kits and you've done an excellent job on the Packard.
  2. OMG you have a real one, one could almost say THE real one! Fabulous!
  3. Thanks a lot Matthew, I've very much admired the 1.32nd models you've been posting too. The kit is a bit hard to come by these days. It was re-released under the Hasegawa label not too long ago but even they can be expensive.
  4. Thanks a lot JeroenS and keefr22, much appreciated.
  5. Tomy's brief interest in 1.32nd scale produced a handful of amazing kits and this was one of them. It came with PE and wire parts and the window frames were beautifully chrome plated, something I've never seen elsewhere. I've added minimal detail to the engine bay but otherwise it's box stock.
  6. Fantastic modeling going on here Jo. You have skills! BTW I grew up on the other side of town - Island Bay.
  7. Nice work Pat, looks very realistic.
  8. Looks great! One of the nicest builds of this kit I've seen.
  9. I really like this! SO much better than box art.
  10. Thanks very much for your comments, much appreciated.
  11. I first built this one in 1964 as the custom version on the original issue box top - I was 14 at the time and hadn't yet acquired a taste for showroom stock models. I built it again about 8 years ago from a 90s re-issue, pretty much box stock except for American Satco tyres, a home-made mirror and tailgate chains and posable steering. As I have often done, I built it curbside - partly out of laziness, partly because I would rather have a bonnet that fits right than one that opens. Hosted on Fotki Hosted on Fotki Hosted on Fotki Hosted on Fotki Hosted on Fotki
  12. Thanks for your comments. I don't think I'll ever understand the fascination with number plates. The Swiss MOT puts certain numbers up for auction and people pay thousands for them.
  13. That is a truly beautiful model - and a LONG way from the Bburago starting point. Fantastic!
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