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Andy J

Hasegawa 1/24 Lancia 037 Rally

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Hi there, so my latest finished build and probably the best Hasegawa kit I've built to date. Fitment, decals, clear parts etc were all excellent and easily on a par with any Tamiya kit I've built. I used Tamiya X2 White for the shell and applied the decals on top after waiting 3 days to make sure the paint was completely dry. There is no clear coat on this build as I think it looks fine without one which is very unusual for me. So here are the finished pic's 

 

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The last pic below shows my Lancia rally collection, if I had to pick a favourite it would be........ all of them, superb looking cars imo

 

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Thanks for looking and I'll be back soon with another build, though exactly what that will be I'm not sure 🙂

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Good grief, finished already....??!!

 

Cracking job Andy, another lovely Lancia - great stuff! :thumbsup:

 

And that 'dream garage' line up looks fantastic!

 

Needs a Delta S4 in there too.... :)

 

Keith

 

 

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11 minutes ago, keefr22 said:

Good grief, finished already....??!!

 

Cracking job Andy, another lovely Lancia - great stuff! :thumbsup:

 

And that 'dream garage' line up looks fantastic!

 

Needs a Delta S4 in there too.... :)

 

Keith

 

 

Thanks Keith, a Delta S4 now there's a thought 🤔 Need to thin the stash down first mate but that probably won't take long 🙂

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6 minutes ago, Andy J said:

that probably won't take long

 

You don't say....!! 🤣

 

K

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A sweet job on that Andy, you're tempting me to go looking for one of these.  :unsure: It looks so much better than my 1/43 diecast one. :)

Steve.

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5 minutes ago, stevehnz said:

A sweet job on that Andy, you're tempting me to go looking for one of these.  :unsure: It looks so much better than my 1/43 diecast one. :)

Steve.

Thanks Steve, this is a great kit for the money and I would definitely recommend it my friend 👍 

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That is a fantastic build, love these old Lancias, but those decals look like a lot of pain and suffering. Looks like a real car in the pics with those back drops

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7 hours ago, FunkyChiken said:

That is a fantastic build, love these old Lancias, but those decals look like a lot of pain and suffering. Looks like a real car in the pics with those back drops

Thanks, tbf the decals caused no problems at all, very well thought out by Hasegawa as is the whole kit 🙂

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1 minute ago, Windy37 said:

Nice job there , Andy . 

  Gary . 

Thanks Gary, I'm pleased with the end result. I have the R6 037 rally in the stash plus the missing decals so that will be coming along soon 😉

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That's turned out extremely nicely,lovely Lancias had a big article in Motor Sport magazine a couple of months ago.

chris.

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6 minutes ago, Kitkent said:

That's turned out extremely nicely,lovely Lancias had a big article in Motor Sport magazine a couple of months ago.

chris.

Thanks Chris, there are many more Lancia projects i have in mind to build, same cars but different schemes and I plan over time to build them all 🙂👍

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Thank you, i wanted to try and avoid a gloss finish if possible as I feel it's more in keeping with the actual look of the real car and I'm happy with the final result 🙂👍

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