This time it’s a 1969 Dodge L600 COE and a ‘69 Charger Daytona 440.
Does anyone have experience using bare metal foil on diecast? More specifically on plastic bases.
I swapped my country roads greenie for this bad boy. I love the paint and the lettering on the tires. I’m happy to add the Boss 302 to the wall.
It’s hard to tell but a polished and clear coated body makes the dye look like spectraflame. I missed a few spots with the clear coat so it’s being stripped down to re dye.
The streak continues.
It’s up for grabs. The box is in much better shape than the picture shows. Looking for other M2 chases.
Here is my 1955 Chevy Bel Air. This car is an experiment in polished trim. After stripping the car I hand polished it and laid Tamiya masking tape over the trim. Unfortunately I didn’t have a fresh exacto blade so it was a bit difficult to make good cuts along the trim lines. I hit it with a few coats of Testors Gloss…
Here is the 2017 D case treasure hunt. The ‘69 Camaro Z28. It has been stripped and hand polished to a nice shine. A redliner gasser gave up its shoes for this custom. The wheels and details on the body were highlighted with some flat black paint. After it dried the excess was wiped down with a thinner soaked rag to…
Next Monday these are to be sacrificed to the diecast gods. I have seen people having a hard time finding these 2 so here ya go. Im looking for other realriders for customs.
2017 marks the 50 year anniversary of the Camaro. I’ve been looking forward to this set for months now. I must say the artwork is killer for this set but the assortment leaves something to be desired. The best of the bunch is the all metal 67. It also features an opening hood. I would say the IROC-Z is next in line.…
I liked the results of my dye experiments yesterday so I picked up a few more colors today. It’s a very simple process so let me know if you have any questions. Now for more pictures.
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