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Revell Offy Midget.
Topic Started: Sep 14 2013, 06:44 PM (1,044 Views)
Silver Foxx
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My Revell Offy midget build , Tamiya paint , a bit of dirt sprayed on to give it a used look.These trailers tilt back with midget on , so I fitted a tool box with a bit of weight in it and it sits alright.
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:))) :))) :)))
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B) :))) :))) :))) Love the Woody tow vehicle.
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Love the weathering SF! :)))
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S-Foxx -----!! Wow, GREAT lookin Offy Midget! Great idea on the toolbox, I have had to do that too on mine. That woody looks outstanding too.....! :))) fbr

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jsm B) :)))
I have wondered what it is like to be normal.
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Many hours of very, very nice work is evident with your build(s).

Beautiful Job !! Love it !!

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:))) Good looking midget and trailer

I need to start on mine have had it for awhile

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TOP Notch BUILD!!!!!

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jsm

That looks like it came out of the old Clark Gable movie, "To Please a Lady".
Just rented that movie the other day.....great racing scenes....did not notice that any of the racing scenes were "speeded" up like in so many Hollywood movies that involve racing.....
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Awesome !! :))) :)))
Sweet lookin' combo........

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