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Evening guys As I said on my last post in my Delahaye thread, I've begun to work on this fabulous kit from Tamiya. I purchased it I think a year ago, and each morning, the box calls me. several times, I've open it, to see the wonders it offered, and finally I couldn't resist to begin to work on it. Let's see the content of the box: And the Detail up set: As you can see, one is sure to have fun And I've pla
Hi guys, Well i finally got this caddy finished. There are things i woul go back and change but i will learn from those mistakes and improve upon them in the next model. This was a Revell 1/24 VW Golf GTI, with a C1 Models Transkit to a Cadddy. The engine was swapped out for a VW DOHC 16v Turbo engine from Clearly Scale and the rims were upgraded to a set of 14" Equip Short-Rims from Aoshima. It was a challenging model for me as it was my first Trans Kit. A few things to highlight before the masses do, there are some body panel gaps, there are n
Hi! In my "building queue" I have (among others) a Pocher Lamborghini Aventador roadster. I have been looking for some tanskit parts for this and found a site from Tommaso Iuele, who have some parts that looks nice. Does some of you here have experiences with this supplier? https://tommasoiuele.wordpress.com/2015/05/15/new-transkit-lamborghini-aventador-pocher-18/ 8-)
Ok so as teased and subsequently chosen in my Delta WIP, I bring you the Build/Review of the ModellingMaster Transkit for the Hasegawa Ferrari 328 GTB/GTS. The Transkit is to build the Ferrari 308 GTB Group 4 rally car built by Michelotto and challenged mainly by the Pozzi team through 1981 to 1983. And by other teams and privateer's afterward. The Car was transferred into Group B for 1983 like many other Group 4 cars. However it fell foul of the new classes and regulations, namely the ones regarding wheel width. The new Group B classes regulated the maximum width of the wheel depending on