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bradeq

Lancia 037 - Chardonette 1/24 hasegawa

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Hi,

 

After a lot of tanks and airplanes I have a need to do something else, so tried my first car model 😮 It was a gift from last Xmass, and after two weeks here is result. Kit is from Hasegawa 1/24  and because my wallet is emtpy I used favourite strategy, dont buy anything , use what you already have. It will be just in my showroom, a lot of mistakes … for example blue is 3 year old Tamiya X4 mixed with dfrop of white, it was hard to mix ( it was used for Mustang P-51 blue nose) this paint was almost dead but I tried it and it works.

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That's a lovely build of a great looking rally car!

 

Keith

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Can't believe that only took 2 weeks, it would take me that long to do the wheels probably! Great job and a stunning result on what must be one of the scariest of the Group B cars.

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real good looking Lancia 037! And fantastic photos. Fantastic view through the  rear glass on the engine.

Marco F

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How can you do that in two weeks???? I takes several months to finish a kit ..... 😎

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3 hours ago, Ian T said:

I takes several months to finish a kit ..... 😎

 

You reckless speed demon. Try  years... or indeed decades, in some instances.

 

:)

 

Very nice work, Brad!

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It certainly looks perfect to me. If you used acrylic paint, I guess you had to clear coat with acrylic too?

The engine looks great through the window

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On 10/11/2019 at 09:04, FunkyChiken said:

It certainly looks perfect to me. If you used acrylic paint, I guess you had to clear coat with acrylic too?

The engine looks great through the window

Hi, yes paint and clear coat both acrylic, polished with tooth paste and then clear coat again. Finished with car vox ☺️

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