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On 6/28/2019 at 6:35 PM, imster said:

Loving the added details Dallas!


On 10/19/2019 at 12:46 PM, Kev The Modeller said:

Looking good mate¬†ūüĎć

Thanks guys. This will be back on the bench very soon.

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Not much progress, but I have got the body cleared and polished so took a couple of quick photos. Updates should be more regular now as this is permanently back on the bench until completion.





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Wheels are all done now. These are the ones for the main car, they are aftermarket ones from Hobby Design along with the centre nut and tyre valve. A PE wire fixing was added in the centres to finish them off.






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For the carbon car I opted to make the deep dish, so here’s how I went about it:


kit wheels as they come out of the box



I started off with using the back of a sharp knife blade to work my way around tue inside of the rim to gradually cut through 



Once this was done I was left with two separate pieces





From here I was then able to reposition the centre part further down the rim



before and after to compare



and all painted and complete 



again, Hobby Design tyre valves were fitted and a white metal wheel locking nut from Studio 27


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On 1/2/2020 at 3:29 PM, imster said:

Nice mods on the rims! came out really well mate


Thanks @imster 

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I had a final push to get this finished, so my posting to the forum has been a bit slack. To catch up, I completed the carbon fibre on the rear spoiler and side sills and then added some Top Studio rivet detail to enhance them. IMG_4065.jpg.8af016f516ee103b41cbf09955464a03.jpg


Next up, my attention went to completing the bonnet. PE mesh from the Hobby design set was used in the front grills. The side arches had PE added from the Studio 27 set and then had some Top Studio rivets added as fixings for these. As the plan is to have this displayed with the bonnet off, I added some tissue paper on the inside to give some texture, which was then painted black. I did that fairly early on in the build to work out the best way to approach that to make it look semi-realistic - a difficult task due to a lack of detailed reference photos for that area so I took some artistic license with it. 









The same detail was added to the rear arches and then PE heat plates from the Hobby Design set were added where the exhaust tips are. These were heat stained with some Alclad jet exhaust. Rear lenses were painted with Tamiya clear red from the new lp range and I have to say, they really live up to the reviews I've read of them!












A few final details were added, PE wiper from the Studio 27 set, an air jack from Scale Productions and some random bits of PE for various bolt heads, cable pulls etc.


Finally I scratch build the fuel filler area. The kit just has a flat disk in this area, but my reference photos showed this to be incorrect so with some various diameter solder wire I was able to make my own.







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wow Dallas - this has to be the best Alfa 155 I have ever seen


The extent of detail you added is truly amazing - all the scratch build detail parts and the CF decaling


Really a beautiful build.




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