Paint job of Tamiya Toyota Hilux
In this video you can see how I've done the paint job on my Tamiya Toyota
Hilux. I will run it on my modified Tamiya high lift chassis. To see this
modifications you can watch this video:
1/10 model Ferrari Enzo making
All processes from assembly of tire to completion.
BGM Splash Wave(Rhythm Retake Remix)
Magical Sound Shower(Rhythm Retake Remix)
by SEGA S.S.T.BAND
Tamiya Nissan GT-R
This is a clip I made showing the whole build-up process of my Tamiya
Nissan GT-R in 1:24 scale. Primer used is Kapsi 2K Primer, colour is PPG
Nissan White Pearl and clear is Kapsi 2K Clear. If you need any more
information about anything you see, feel free to leave your comment here.
You can view more of my work and projects on www.scalecarcollection.tk
PIA Airbus A300 Paper model
Paper Model of Pakistan International Airlines Airbus A300 Livery 1980 ,
the model is based on Airigami .
My low & rusty '67 VW Beetle Tamiya M-06
Warning: this is no box art ! :)
A few shots of my '67 Beetle, based on a Tamiya M-06 kit + custom handmade
Roof and trunk racks are made with brazed steel & wood.
Wheels are based on the Tamiya Honda S800 wheels.
Sleigh is made with styrene and wood.
Enjoy, rate, comment and subscribe :)
Classics Revealed: The Original Volkswagen Beetle Convertible
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) An Original Volkswagen Beetle Convertible is a
rare car indeed. Well at least rare when it comes to the classic VW Beetle.
While they build over 300,000 of first generation Beetle convertibles, they
built over 21 million of the same basic car but with a hard top. Recently
Volkswagen rolled out the 3rd generation of the iconic Beetle at the LA
Auto Show but at the same time they brought some of the original
convertibles to California. In the exclusive TFLcar video we drive an
original 1979 1500 cc fuel injected model that had only 250 miles on the
clock when we took the wheel. In fact this museum car from Germany is a
time machine straight from the factory floor.
Tamiya Mercedes-Benz 600SEL 1:24 Model Kit Build
A recent build of a vintage original Tamiya model kit. It's Tamiya's
Mercedes-Benz 600 SEL from 1992. It featured a complete engine, authentic
engine bay details, highly detailed interior, cleanly moded plastic parts,
and metal transfer emblems. It was a very smooth build, only part of the
build that did not go as planned were the aging metal transfers. The
emblems were fine, they just didn't release from the backing film! Argggh!
This is what happens when you store model kits, then build them 20 years
later! I've always liked this car and the model did not disappoint! Thanks
for viewing, David.