Bugatti T35B scale 1:30

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    That looks great. Thanks for the link.
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    ...thank you for your kind words :) ...I had some issues with the tires, too and was glad to finish them , but as I watch them now I could do a better job... the rims are shinny because I used aluminum tape on them , and a thin transparent tape was used on the body parts... I remember writting a thread on it in "tips and techniques"...

    ...I found it , here it is :) : http://www.cardmodels.net/forum/showthread.php?t=4547

    The durability test helmet still shines !
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    ...thank you for your kind words :) ...I had some issues with the tires, too and was glad to finish them , but as I watch them now I could do a better job... the rims are shinny because I used aluminum tape on them , and a thin transparent tape was used on the body parts... I remember writting a thread on it in "tips and techniques"...

    ...I found it , here it is :) : http://www.cardmodels.net/forum/showthread.php?t=4547

    The durability test helmet still shines !
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    ...thank you for your kind words :) ...I had some issues with the tires, too and was glad to finish them , but as I watch them now I could do a better job... the rims are shinny because I used aluminum tape on them , and a thin transparent tape was used on the body parts... I remember writting a thread on it in "tips and techniques"...

    ...I found it , here it is :) : http://www.cardmodels.net/forum/showthread.php?t=4547

    The durability test helmet still shines !
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    ...thank you for your kind words :) ...I had some issues with the tires, too and was glad to finish them , but as I watch them now I could do a better job... the rims are shinny because I used aluminum tape on them , and a thin transparent tape was used on the body parts... I remember writting a thread on it in "tips and techniques"...

    ...I found it , here it is :) : http://www.cardmodels.net/forum/showthread.php?t=4547

    The durability test helmet still shines !
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    ...thank you for your kind words :) ...I had some issues with the tires, too and was glad to finish them , but as I watch them now I could do a better job... the rims are shinny because I used aluminum tape on them , and a thin transparent tape was used on the body parts... I remember writting a thread on it in "tips and techniques"...

    ...I found it , here it is :) : http://www.cardmodels.net/forum/showthread.php?t=4547

    The durability test helmet still shines !
  18. spirtos

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    ...thank you for your kind words :) ...I had some issues with the tires, too and was glad to finish them , but as I watch them now I could do a better job... the rims are shinny because I used aluminum tape on them , and a thin transparent tape was used on the body parts... I remember writting a thread on it in "tips and techniques"...

    ...I found it , here it is :) : http://www.cardmodels.net/forum/showthread.php?t=4547

    The durability test helmet still shines !
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    ...thank you for your kind words :) ...I had some issues with the tires, too and was glad to finish them , but as I watch them now I could do a better job... the rims are shinny because I used aluminum tape on them , and a thin transparent tape was used on the body parts... I remember writting a thread on it in "tips and techniques"...

    ...I found it , here it is :) : http://www.cardmodels.net/forum/showthread.php?t=4547

    The durability test helmet still shines !
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    ...thank you for your kind words :) ...I had some issues with the tires, too and was glad to finish them , but as I watch them now I could do a better job... the rims are shinny because I used aluminum tape on them , and a thin transparent tape was used on the body parts... I remember writting a thread on it in "tips and techniques"...

    ...I found it , here it is :) : http://www.cardmodels.net/forum/showthread.php?t=4547

    The durability test helmet still shines !