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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2008 1:52 pm 

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these are pretty awesome:
http://pcman.dion.jp/link/puramoderu.html


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ben wrote:
gamby, those are amazing! I especially love the bosozoku police cruiser.


No kidding, huh?

I REALLY want one of these Laurels on my shelf

http://proxy.f2.ymdb.yahoofs.jp/users/8 ... HBdnx9ZI.z

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Sorry, posted in the wrong topic. My bad :oops:

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I finished the Hilux and the Hakosuka is nearing completion now..

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love the plate(s), rims and tailpipe! Attention to detail! And the gearknob's a nice touch! Good effort

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Got some cargo for the Hilux...

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wow!!

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Wow, I LOVE the Hilux! Awesome!


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Not really the plastic models, but thought I'd share. (Thanks JNC!)

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Wow, you got one of the secret color ones! According to the box, the TA22 is supposed to be blue. Congrats!


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Yay! I didn't even know it was one of the secret ones. I just thought
that it didn't look like the blue one on the box. I wonder what the other
two secret ones were? BTW, thanks for the stickers, too!


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Went to a model car show two weeks ago here in Mass, put on by the guys from www.masscar.com Took a few photos of the VERY small selection of vintage j-tin. Other than my Celica it was all race cars.

My celica and a little advert for this site on the table......
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The rest of these are NOT built by me, just a selection from around the show.
A nice Honda F1 car
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BRE Datsuns
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The rest of the show was mostly American muscle with the occasional European sports car.

Picked this up in the fleemarket sale downstairs. Gotta love that the seller was into American kits and had no idea what these are worth on Ebay! I paid $12 and it is a 100% complete kit! They usually go for $75 to $100 on ebay!
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Picked this up in the fleemarket sale downstairs. Gotta love that the seller was into American kits and had no idea what these are worth on Ebay! I paid $12 and it is a 100% complete kit! They usually go for $75 to $100 on ebay!


At our last local show I picked up a bunch of Japanese kits for $10-15 each. So many of those guys are into muscle cars, I guess they think that these are worthless. :P

I dig the 1/20 scale too. Any aftermarket wheels available in that size?


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Not a ton available, but some of the 1/25 scale fifteens would almost scale out to a thirteen in 1/20. I was thinking of replicating this car with it though, so it probably would not even need a wheel change....
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I also thought of maybe using the JADA wheels? Most of the JADA die-cast cars are supposed to be 1/24 scale but most work out to 1/21 or 1/20.

The deep dish Watanabes from the "BRE" 240Z would be lovely on there...

http://www.downshiftonline.com/onlinestore/images/uploads/Jada_Red_&_White_240Z.jpg


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And the non-BRE versions have some cool silver Watanabes... 8)

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i'm glad some people have the time and patience to build kits this nice :mrgreen: :tu:


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And the non-BRE versions have some cool silver Watanabes... 8)

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Alright, looks like I may have to change plans with this one! Those wheels would look awesome on it. Have you seen them in person? I am curious as to how large they actually are.

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Alright, looks like I may have to change plans with this one! Those wheels would look awesome on it. Have you seen them in person? I am curious as to how large they actually are.


I have two of them, so yes. :wink:

I can measure height and width if you like?


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hey been browsing this site for a little while, but just signed up now! this is my latest modelling attempt, a boso/yankee style X71 MarkII. went a little nutty i think?

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