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Toyota 88C LeMans 1989
Topic Started: Aug 2 2011, 11:28 PM (1,152 Views)
signmike
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I started this one last week end. It is an Hasegawa curbside kit.

The body is painted both colours and the wheels are painted and assembled.

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:))) :))) rlr
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:lol: :lol: :lol:

THAT'S RADICAL !!!!!!!!!!!! GREAT START, MIKE !!!!!!!! fbr fbr :))) :)))

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:))) :))) rlr
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signmike
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I found a little trick you could be interested in. On the box picture the wheel centers are of a light aluminium casting that could be some mix of metal that I have no idea of.
I used Tamiya flat aluminium with a drop of Tamiya gloss white in it and that gave me a nice shade of light alu effect that I like very much. It does'nt show much on the pic but... try it...you'll like it

(just like I was writing a commercial) lmo
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jsm That"s a cool looking build! Can't wait to see more! That's a good idea on the wheels! I wonder what that might look on some wide fives? :unsure: Got me ;bb;

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signmike
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This one is done minus some paint detailing on the body. I like it, what do you think, even if it's a curbside...

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B) :))) :))) :)))
RON ROYSTON
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:))) :))) :)))
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AWESOME JOB, MIKE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! fbr fbr :))) :)))

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signmike
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I took some better pics outside...

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:))) :))) fbr
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:))) :))) :)))
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Very Sharp !!! I dont know how I can miss some things for so long
fbr :))) :)))
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Beautiful build !!! rrr
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B) fbr :))) fant Great job on the car Mike

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