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Finished some time ago........

Kit / Model  

Ferrari 250 TR Winner Le Mans 1958

Manufacturer  

Model Factory Hiro

Item Code  

N/A

Scale  

1/24

Description  

Made this curbside model some time ago, as I said in the title.
I made it for a customer.
I made a new dashboard, put a 4 "wings" steering wheel and painted the interior in the correct colors, as MFH gived them wrong.
So, I hope you like it.
Comments, critics and questions are always welcome.
Greetings,

Jamme

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Comments for this showroom

by: OKCARGUY OKCARGUY (OKCARGUY) on 2007-11-17 - 17:48

VERY NICE WORK, I DO UNDERSTAND ABOUT THE TIME CONSTRAINTS. WISH I COULD CLONE MYSELF.

by: Jean-Marie Tillen (Jamme) on 2007-09-19 - 01:04

Hello Peter,
You are right, the wheels are made of layers of photo-etch plates.
The rondels where placed using Microsol and microset.
Thank you for the comment.
Cheers,

Jamme

by: Peter Go (pgo) on 2007-09-18 - 11:30

Wow, this is incredible work Jamme. Unbelieveable paint job and super clean. Those wheels are so real and true-to-scale (layers of photo-etch plates I presume?). And the decal work is awesome, no "pink" roundels and how did you stretch the decal to go over those lumps (or how did you mask/paint it?). I am truly inspired and hope to see more of your work here soon!

by: GUS SPALLUTO () on 2007-08-17 - 00:12

muybuena felicitaciones

by: Mario Covalski (marioc) on 2007-06-28 - 12:38

MFH are great kits..... but hard to be built. You did a good modelling work. Curbside but the engine was very well detailed out from the bay. I would like to see more of your work

by: Mustang (ecomeyer2@hotmail.com) on 2007-06-28 - 11:32

Congratulations Jamme, Exelent work!!!