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Sarcococca

Mercedes MB Truc 1600, Kibri, 1:87

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Just for fun

was my credo to built this little truc!

The name Kibri was the first model brand wich I came in contact as little boy. My father built this kits.

And now I was thinking, what`s going on, If I would challenge one with my expieriences today?!

Well here it is. Pls don`t be to harsh with your criticism about my weathering as this model was built only as a joke and for testing my weathering skills on 1:87!

 

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Absolutely superb. It's so tiny I doubt I'd be able to glue it together let alone paint it!

And I think the weathering is just right - very realistic :thumbsup:

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WOW!!!!

I mean... WOW!!!

Steve

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Blimey, thats brilliant!

I'd say you've got weathering nailed, I wish I could do half as good as that.

Cheers

John

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That's excellent - & different! I agree with the others about the weathering, it looks superb, especially given the size of the model!

Great stuff!!

keef

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WOW!!!!

I mean... WOW!!!

Steve

I second that.

Dave

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STUNNING..

:wow:

Reminds ME of thise little tractors and Dinky cars I used to play with as a kid..

That is just A SUPERB build..

:worthy:

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Absolutely ace!

I love the pics that make the model look pretty big, and then the last one has a lighter in it, showing how tiny this thing really is!

Amazing.

Roy.

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