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  • Peterīs cars ...

    not to bother every time with a new thread when a new car is finished, i decided to put all my future cars in a single thread.
    As nobody seems to care to reply anymore or is interested right now ...
    maybe someone will enjoy ... sorry for this start text, letīs put in some pictures :-)













    started life as an Artin NasTruck.

    a little paint, some decals, vac-formed clear windows
    3D printed chassis with motorpod, silicone dampers between front part and motorpod.

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    Lancia Delta HF Integrale











    Dnano body on scratchbuilt chassis
    2mm axles, ball bearings, printed guide and wheels, CarGo high grip tires, high flex silicone cables for pickup

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    • #3
      Nice modeling. Good looking cars (and trucks).

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      • #4
        The trucks look great but I'll have to give the nod for my favorite to the Martini. Well done!

        How do they run with the printed chassis?

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        • #5
          the printed chassis runs great! with the silicone dampers and the slot.it gears it is really smooth.
          forgiving and fast.

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          • #6
            Peter's cars

            They're all lovely Peter!

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            • #7
              So I must admit to little experience with 1:43. Do you use interiors often? Where does the Lancia body come from? Love to see a rally setup.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by kidvoltage View Post
                So I must admit to little experience with 1:43. Do you use interiors often? Where does the Lancia body come from? Love to see a rally setup.
                normally, with clear windows, i would do an interior tray with driver figure. But on the Lancia, the glass part is really dark, much darker in real than in the photos.
                maybe a driver figure in light colors would show in some way.

                the body is from Kyosho DNano - the 1/43rd RC line from Kyosho.

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                • #9
                  and again some Minis ...

                  i always wanted "Italian Job" Minis in 1/43.
                  these are my version of those cars.

                  printed chassis with printed wheels and printed guide, from shapeways
                  ball bearings with 2.38mm axle
                  high flexible silicone wires for pickup
                  modified heller kit body, lowered, flared wheel arches by me, re-casted in resin by Tilo 3 times
                  vac-formed interior
                  driver figures from vroom































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                  • #10
                    Nice work on the Minis. Also like the "Binford" sponsorship decals on the boot lids.

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                    • #11
                      Love the Minis

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                      • #12
                        thanks for your kind words, guys!

                        The red Mini Pickup was finished some time ago, now the blue and the white Pickup finish the Trio.

                        Pickup body has been made out of 2 Heller kits, also widened the wheel wells a little.

                        here some pics:

























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                        • #13
                          Wonderful work on the Mini pickups. I'm really enjoying your efforts. Fun to see your builds. (One for each color!!)

                          Karl

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                          • #14
                            thanks, Karl!

                            maybe i should take a picture of the whole Mini crowd?

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                            • #15
                              "maybe i should take a picture of the whole Mini crowd?"

                              Love to see that. What's more fun than more Minis?

                              Karl

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