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Just finished this one, I have done a lot of mods to make it look better. Fitted F40 wheels, detailed the engine and interior and lots of other bits of the car. :danbana
Special thanks to Maestro286 (where are you) for his idea on the front lights and Sir Gary for the idea on the F40 wheels! :cheers

I'll let the pictures speak! :happy

 
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Great job Rico.

The F40 wheels look much nicer than the originals. The colour scheme in the interior looks good too.

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Congrats Rico , it looks great :cheers

How did you get your rims sitting flush ? Did you trim down the inner stub where it mounts onto the axle ?
 

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Very,very nice job! I just compared yours with mine and there is no comparison! :coolpics
 
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That reminds me of my very first diecast... which I destroyed :cry :giggle

Rico, that looks great man! :tongue
The detailing is superb and the F40 wheels idea is excellent! :nicejob :nicejob :nicejob

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Thanks Gary, I trimmed the axles, you know the thinnest part on the near end of the axle, I extended that further inwards with a dremel, the wheels are still unmodded and they even turn! It was a bit harder but it's much better. :cheers
 

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Looks great :nicejob
Hehe, looks like several 1/18 Bburago and Hot Wheels Ferraris have been undergoing detailing here lately :tongue
 
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Thanks Venom! I think especially Bburago's are very nice to work with, you can practise painting skills on them. And they look soo much better when detailed! Almost all my Bburago Ferrari's have been detailed :giggle
 
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