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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, June 19, 2003 8:40 AM








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  • From: UK
Posted by gregers on Thursday, June 19, 2003 2:54 PM
Hi Artecar24 Nice jeep. could you let us know which kit and scale it is.. thanks for sharing your work with us...Gregers
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    March 2003
  • From: Maine,USA
Posted by dubix88 on Thursday, June 19, 2003 4:01 PM
HEY,
I think you did a great job on this JEEP. It looks so real. The fruits and veggies were a nice touch.
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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, June 20, 2003 4:24 AM
hi friends,

it's a italeri #761 kit in 1:24 scale. fruits and woody box are from a german mark of trains accesories, they are 1:22,5 or LGB scale... Preiser is its name. I use acrilyc paint from tamiya, olive drab color, humbrol paints for fruits, buff color from tamiya by weathering and other little things and pieces "from here and there"

:-)

thanks you by your comments!

angel
  • Member since
    December 2002
  • From: United Kingdom / Belgium
Posted by djmodels1999 on Friday, June 20, 2003 5:31 AM
I really like it too, Angel. One think I like is the silver wheel hub of the spare being 'bent' (as can be seen on the 3rd pic). How did you do that?
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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, June 20, 2003 4:07 PM
forcing the plastic just a little bit

I began to do a WWII willys classic but soon I saw photos of the American vehicles that were in Europe for civil use after the war and in addition I saw some vehicles of work for the field in my town and joined both ideas

for example, a thing that has criticized to me is the doubled front wheel, but that idea is copied from a van of a farmer where I live. in his case it is the back wheel, that is to about 15 degrees more or less of inclination

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