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I finally got to finish a model I've been working with a long time due to color problems.
I decided to make this model years ago but has never come around to actually doing it. I was originally going for the typical red and was also considering carbon black. Then I saw this beauty:



I was thinking; ok, let's drop the standard red or black and go for something as fresh and spicy. As said above I had huge problems mixing that bright yellow proberly and due to the custom paintmix the paint was a true pain to apply evenly.

As my customs very rarely are made to recemblence the original a 100%, this one is a lot closer than most of them as I really likes most of it's original aspects.
I went a little crazy in the engine bay and added some black wheels etc.
They only bad thing ended up beeing the gap between the hood and the front spoiler which I have to fix later as it cracked up during final painting process.

So do you like my hot lemon?

 

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Oh my goodness!!!! I WANT ONE!!!

Incredible job T-13...I love it! :10
 

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Thanks guys! As always I appreciate all feedback as I value your opinions! :cheers

I will fix the front crack and display it along my red and black swarm of Ferrari's later this year. Soon I will finally have my house finished and then I will show a display room I'm going to be extremely proud of. :happy
 

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Great work Thorst! :cheers I usually love the black wheels, but on this one, I think that the silver wheels would work better (like the 1:1 pic).
 

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The front spoiler is resinbased and it was a real pain to work with as the resin was extremely fragile and I was required to do a lot of work in the air ducts and also paintwise as the yellow had problems sticking to the resin. as I mentioned the front cracked once I was making the final touches and I'm thinking about how to close the gap without stressing the material too much. All the other parts are fabricated :cheers
 
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I like the color, but I think the front spoiler is too big.
Where have you buy this resin kit?

Nice car and good work in any case ! :coolpics
 
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