Too early in the morning for me to be looking around for all my models, but this is my baby:
Picture taken myself with the help of my dad. I got it at xmas and it is too well detailed .
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Thread: Car Models
06/09/08, 07:38 AM Location: London, UK | Posts: 1,627 | #41
06/09/08, 08:12 AM Location: Manila, Philippines | Posts: 5,325 | #42
15/09/08, 20:52 PM Location: Denmark | Posts: 494 | #43
A lot of Nice pictures !
And a very nice skyline there DriftNismo !
19/09/08, 12:35 PM Location: Manila, Philippines | Posts: 5,325 | #44
forgive the lighting in my sister's room and my POS camera.
19/09/08, 12:51 PM Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands | Posts: 6,653 | #45
20/09/08, 01:27 AM Location: Manila, Philippines | Posts: 5,325 | #46
lol. thanks. if anyone's wondering why there are black patches on the bumper, he's had his fair share of walls.
26/09/08, 12:45 PM Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands | Posts: 6,653 | #47
30/11/08, 07:08 AM Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands | Posts: 6,653 | #48
30/11/08, 11:59 AM Location: Newcastle, UK | Posts: 289 | #49
i've got 38 1:18 scale models. 33 cars 5 bikes.
2x Aston Martin DB7
2x Jaguar E-Type
Aston Martin DB5
Ford Escort Mk2 Ghia
Buick Riviera 1971 (boat tail)
Ford Mustang 351 Boss
Porsche 911 GT3
VW Nardo Concept (W12)
Porsche Carrera GT
Chrysler Howler Concept (Prowler without stupid front bumper basically)
Chrysler PT Cruiser Convertible
Hummer H1 Civilian version
Mercedes Benz SL55 AMG
Mercedes Benz CLK GTR Race car
McLaren Mercedes SLR
TVR Tuscan S
Mini Cooper S (1960's)
Mini Cooper (2003)
Chevrolet Corvette C1
Ford Model A cabriolet
VW Beetle (1949)
some Hotwheels Chopper resembles a harley panhead so...
Harley Davidson 1936 El Knucklehead.. (my favourite Harley)
here's some pics of my 3 favourites. the Green E-Type used to be white but i went to halfords and bought some proper pint from the correct year 1962 and resprayed it. i also made the roof out of some bent-up copper wire soldered together and covered it with some real leather from my mums old handbag (she did the stitching (thx mum))
I know the DB7 isn't the most detailed but its the first one i bought so its special... i've always liked the DB7 bit scratched that one one chip out of the front bumper.. and the alloys are marked but... meh i still love it
The miura is my most recent purchase again i've always loved the miura. Loved it since i saw The Italian Job (1969) as its basically the first thing you see.
PS: sorry about the crappy picture quality... 1. ihave very shaky hands so most of my pics are blurred anyway usually. and 2. the camera is useless at close range.
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30/11/08, 17:27 PM Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands | Posts: 6,653 | #50