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I appreciate receiving feedbacks about my work and the site. So if you like what you've seen on jdm24scale, would like any more information about a particular project I did or are looking for any other information, feel free to sign my guestbook. I will do my best to answer back as soon as possible.

Regards,

Karl

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12:39 PM on January 20, 2021 by [email protected]

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8:47 AM on September 1, 2020 

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Eric John Shaw says...

Hi Karl,

Checking in with you again. Any chance I could get couple of your pics without their watemark?


Please let me know.

Best,

Eric Shaw

Hi Eric, I'm glad I could help you via email and forward you the required pictures. If you need anything else, feel free to send an email once again.

Regards,

Karl

Eric John Shaw

11:27 AM on August 17, 2020 by [email protected]

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Hi Karl,

Checking in with you again. Any chance I could get couple of your pics without their watemark?

Please let me know.

Best,

Eric Shaw

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12:54 PM on August 12, 2020 by [email protected]

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Hi Karl,

I'm writing an art review of set of sculptures that use the undercarriage of a Lamborghini as a template for their structure. Searching the web, your site had the best pictures of such an undercarriage for comparison. The images on your site are watermarked and I'm wondering if you would be so good as to send me copies of the images without such marks. I'd be glad to credit you if used the pics in my essay.

If you'll write me ([email protected]) I'll send copies of the photos I'm interested in--as well as a pic of the sculptures in the show.

Kind thanks,

Eric Shaw  

5:43 AM on July 23, 2020 

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Brian Nguyen says...

Hello Karl,

I found your work on youtube. And wow!! Im so impressed. Do you do any custom jobs? Would love to have one done of my nsx.

Thank you!

Hello Brian,

First of all thank you for visiting my YouTube channel and then my site. So glad you like my work and even leaving me a comment.

I had a look around and found you own an amazing NSX. My jaw just dropped as it's such a lovely car with the modifications done, truly well done. I've never done custom work for others as all cars are build to my liking and for my own collection. Also, I work in my very limited free time and cars take months to complete due to time and details added. It's not fair leaving people waiting for their cars to be finished.

A friend of mine does custom jobs though, maybe you want to ask him. He has a fb page, JH-Hobby and has some fantastic work and builds. Maybe he can help you out with a custom NSX.

Once again, well done Brian and Thank you.

Karl

Brian Nguyen

7:30 PM on July 21, 2020 by [email protected]

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Hello Karl,

I found your work on youtube. And wow!! Im so impressed. Do you do any custom jobs? Would love to have one done of my nsx.

Thank you!

10:04 AM on March 17, 2020 

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James Tester says...

Please share your secret with me of how to gain so many youtube subscribers. I'm struggling to gain new people with my channel. I would appreciate any feedback you can provide to make my channel better.

Hello James, there is really no secrets from my side. Those subscribers were accumulated since the beginning of my channel, which is almost 10 years ago! To be honest, I'm struggling myself when it comes to YouTube! I do have a respectable amount of subscribers however the videos are not viewed enough, so need to start working on that. Sorry I can't be of help, as I'm still learning how to do good videos to attract more people.

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6:55 PM on February 24, 2020 by [email protected]

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Please share your secret with me of how to gain so many youtube subscribers. I'm struggling to gain new people with my channel. I would appreciate any feedback you can provide to make my channel better.

8:13 AM on February 14, 2020 

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Mike M says...

Love your site. Great looking builds . The review & tutorial sections are a big help. The pictures in the tutorials are clear & help a lot . Keep up the good work.

Thank you very much Mike, that is very appreciated. I'm glad you like my builds and you're finding the reviews and tutorials section helpful too. Once again, thank you for taking the time to wrtie me a comment and share your thought.

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8:13 AM on December 24, 2019 by [email protected]

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Love your site. Great looking builds . The review & tutorial sections are a big help. The pictures in the tutorials are clear & help a lot . Keep up the good work.

8:23 AM on July 2, 2019 

Guillermo Calderon says...

Looks like you have some pretty cool ideas,thanks for the add.

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Thank you Guillermo, very appreciated.

Guillermo Calderon

7:24 PM on May 26, 2019 by [email protected]

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Looks like you have some pretty cool ideas,thanks for the add.

1:02 AM on December 28, 2018 

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Jos says...

Hi there Karl,Thanks for the reply! I do have some builds on scalplasticcars.com but most of my build can be found in my posts on carthrottle. https://www.carthrottle.com/user/a2xp8vj/I'd like to wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year.

Hello Jos, thank you once again for re-visiting my site and replying to my comment. I have opened the link and you have some nice builds too. I really like that R32 you built, looks great with the other Skylines. Those exhausts you made are very realistic too, really like them too. Well done.

Thank for the wishes, I would like to wish you all the very best for the holiday season and all the best for the new year.

4:40 AM on December 23, 2018 

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Hi there Karl, Thanks for the reply! I do have some builds on scalplasticcars.com but most of my build can be found in my posts on carthrottle. https://www.carthrottle.com/user/a2xp8vj/ I'd like to wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year.

7:55 AM on December 20, 2018 

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Jos says...

Hi there! Just wanted to say i love your work! Your builds, but also on the website. Clear explanations with pictures to go with that. Good job! I am a modeller myself, with a passion for jdm, but have yet to reach the finish and detail you display here. Maybe one day lol. I liked the review on the exhausts aswell. I have acces to a lathe and do make my own exhausts from 304 ss or aluminium. Mine look just a good, so happy about that. Well that's all. Bye!

Hello Jos, first of all thank you for visiting my site and taking the time to sign my guestbook. Your kind words about my work are very appreciated, I'm glad you like my work and the site itself. Yes I really liked the quality of the exhausts made by SMW. The fact they are made from a single piece really hit me as they look so realistic compared to different rods inserted into each other. Having accessibility to a lathe is a bonus in our hobby as you can be so creative and create various custom parts to use. If you have any online link to your exhausts or builds, feel free to share with us too.

Once again, thank you Jos and happy modelling.

Jos

4:45 AM on December 20, 2018 by [email protected]

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Hi there! Just wanted to say i love your work! Your builds, but also on the website. Clear explanations with pictures to go with that. Good job! I am a modeller myself, with a passion for jdm, but have yet to reach the finish and detail you display here. Maybe one day lol. I liked the review on the exhausts aswell. I have acces to a lathe and do make my own exhausts from 304 ss or aluminium. Mine look just a good, so happy about that :p Well that's all. Bye!

7:56 AM on January 31, 2018 

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Laurence says...

Your work is amazing! Came across your website on the insta feed through banzai. I love the weathering techniques you had for the NSX and the red Recaros? look amazing! How did you get that felty finish on it?

Hi Laurence, thank you very much for your kind words about my work, very appreciated!

I'm glad you noticed all the extra details I added to the NSX and you like them! Well, the final finish was obtained with lots of patience and hard work. Most important thing is not rushing to finish it and giving it all the necessary time. The NSX took almost 9 months to finish, and the finish shown explains where all that time went into it! Thanks again :D

7:53 AM on January 31, 2018 

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Justin says...

Hi karl your work is amazing and i like it. But do you sell ?

Hello Justin, thank you for your kind words about my work. That is very appreciated and I'm glad you like it.

Unfortunately the cars I build are for my own personal collection. Time is very limited for modelling for me, so I can't accept commissioned builds due to this. Thanks for showing interest in my work ;)

7:51 AM on January 31, 2018 

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Hi HI

Hello Timmy :)

Laurence

11:44 PM on January 25, 2018 by [email protected]

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Your work is amazing! Came across your website on the insta feed through banzai. I love the weathering techniques you had for the NSX and the red Recaros? look amazing! How did you get that felty finish on it? 

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10:33 AM on January 20, 2018 by [email protected]

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Hi karl your work is amazing and i like it. But do you sell ?

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11:35 PM on October 26, 2017 by [email protected]

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Hi HI

2:05 AM on September 26, 2017 

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Dougie says...

NSX looking great mate

Thank you Dougie, very appreciated!

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3:09 AM on September 14, 2017 by [email protected]

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NSX looking great mate

3:03 AM on September 11, 2017 

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Jim says...

Just found your site but lm disappointed so many of your pictures are not available for viewing as I was looking for ideas on what to do when I start a model of my BRZ

Hi Jim. You are right being disappointed, because I am too. Photobucket did that to me after so many years hosting pictures with them. I even had a paid some time ago, but still my pictures were disconnected until I pay their ransom to unlock them! I'm working on re-uploading all pictures to my own webs account and re-hosting all of them. The tutorials section and current build are done, currently re-organising the Gallery pictures for re-uploading. 

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12:49 AM on September 11, 2017 by [email protected]

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Just found your site but lm disappointed so many of your pictures are not available for viewing as I was looking for ideas on what to do when I start a model of my BRZ

2:38 AM on April 29, 2017 

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Shah Alias says...

you are my 'sifu' .

Lol.. I had to google 'sifu' to learn what it means exactly... and now that I do, I would like to THANK YOU, that is very appreciated :)

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8:03 AM on December 2, 2011 by [email protected]

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hey karl... ive been seeing your video on youtube. love you scale modelling techniques. i want to learn more from you! can you do me a favour? add me on facebook if you have. my name on facebook is varis rai. i want to invite you to a scale modelling group on facebook. we definately love your artworks!

regards, varis rai

9:32 AM on November 14, 2011 

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Sharon Hauptman says...

Hi Karl, I'm looking for someone to custom pain a die cast 2011 Mustang GT with ghost flames to match my husbands car as a Xmas gift for him. Do you this kind of work, and if not do you know where I might find someone that does? Thanks, Sharon

Hello Sharon, first of all thanks for visiting my site and also contacting me with your offer. Unfortunately I cannot do such work at the moment because of other things I need to get ready till Christmas. What I would suggest is that you join an online forum that focuses on die-casts ( like for example project118 ) and ask there. I was a member of that forum some years ago and I remember that there were very talented modellers which were members and offered such service. Maybe they'd be located in your country too, making shipping of the finished product more easy. Once again, thanks for your visit and sorry for my part. Hope that my reply helps you get the present you're looking for! Karl

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8:19 AM on November 12, 2011 by [email protected]

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Hi Karl, I'm looking for someone to custom pain a die cast 2011 Mustang GT with ghost flames to match my husbands car as a Xmas gift for him. Do you this kind of work, and if not do you know where I might find someone that does? Thanks, Sharon

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1:54 AM on November 7, 2011 

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asuraseed says...

heh.. thanks! im rather new to building scale models that requires cutting, trimming, gluing etc. currently considering getting the doors and trunk lid to open with a aftermarket kit. you should too

Yeah I've seen that aftermarket kit to make the Nissan GT-R doors open and I must say that it's a very nice transkit. Unfortunately I had already built my GT-R when I saw it so it was impossible for me to do that upgrade. However I'll definitely keep that transkit in mind if I ever plan on building another GT-R. The interior is so nicely detailed that it's a real pity hiding it with unopening doors.

If you're new to building scale cars and would like to learn more while building, I suggest you join a forum where other modellers would help and guide you in the process. I'm a member of the SPC forum and there are some great people there that can help if you'd like to join.

Once again, thanks for your visit to ScaleCarCollection and good luck :)

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8:38 PM on November 4, 2011 by [email protected]

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heh.. thanks! im rather new to building scale models that requires cutting, trimming, gluing etc. currently considering getting the doors and trunk lid to open with a aftermarket kit. you should too:)

8:00 AM on November 4, 2011 

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asuraseed says...

hey, i really like what you have done to the R35 GT-R. i'm currently building one myself too How did you manage to fit the exhaust tips that comes with the photo etched parts to the chrome plastic exhaust assembly?

Hello asuraseed, thanks for visiting SCC and signing the guestbook about my R35 GT-R! I remember the photo-etched exhaust tips being difficult to glue to the plastic exhausts because of the very small excess that needs to be glued together. However I managed to do this by gluing them using a small amount of super glue and lots of patience to hold them in place until all glue fully dried. Then once all four were in place, I placed another small amount of super glue around every fixed point. I think that patience is the main point in attaching those exhausts. Good luck and hope that my reply was helpful :)

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9:48 PM on November 3, 2011 by [email protected]

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hey, i really like what you have done to the R35 GT-R. i'm currently building one myself too :) How did you manage to fit the exhaust tips that comes with the photo etched parts to the chrome plastic exhaust assembly?

2:30 AM on October 17, 2011 

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David says...

Sorry for the dual comments, I would also like to hear your reccomendations as to where the best place to purchase stuff like this. Where is a good place to get kits, as well as some of the extras that you used like photo-etched parts and window masks. I'd like to build a kit and have the ability to buy extras such as different wheels and such.. any ideas?

Hi David, no problem for the double post. I'm glad you like my work and thank you for your positive feedback, really appreciate such a comment. Now to answer your questions... I buy all my kits from eBay UK. Since I'm located in Malta, eBay UK has always been my best preference and I buy them both from UK and even Hong Kong. I always find the kits cheaper there than buy them locally. Regarding parts, there are plenty of sites from where you can buy, although eBay is also a good place to search for wheels, photo-etched parts and all the stuff you may need. However I buy mine mostly from other sites. Here are some good websites I buy from occasionally: HobbyEasy, HobbyLinkJapan, Team-Hobby, HiroBoy and HobbySearch. I've bought from all these sites and was satisfied with their prices and service. These shops all carry kits too, so you might want to compare the eBay prices with their own prices for kits too. Hope that my answer helps you out David :)

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5:08 PM on October 14, 2011 by [email protected]

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Karl,

Sorry for the dual comments, I would also like to hear your reccomendations as to where the best place to purchase stuff like this. Where is a good place to get kits, as well as some of the extras that you used like photo-etched parts and window masks. I'd like to build a kit and have the ability to buy extras such as different wheels and such.. any ideas?

David

5:02 PM on October 14, 2011 by [email protected]

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Wow... this is certainly some of the best modeling I've ever seen. I tip my hat to you sir, outstanding.

8:11 AM on October 14, 2011 

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shannon says...

love your work! i am looking for someone to make hot wheels of my husbands cars for a christmas gift. any ideas?

Hi Shannon, thanks for your feedback and for visiting ScaleCarCollection. Now, to answer your question... Hot Wheels are die-casts and to customize them into your husbands cars would require someone that strips the original paint and re-spray them into your preferred colour. Let alone modifiying the body / interior if necessary. Best thing would be to find someone locally, a modeller in your country. You can go with someone abroad but that would be a little more complicated to communicate about your exact requirements + extra costings becuase of shipping... let alone any damage that may be caused in transit! Maybe you could find a model car forum that is based in your country where you'd be able to ask someone to do them for you.

I wish to offer my help in customizing them as per your request, then sending them to you... but I'm very busy until Christmas and unfortunately have little time to spend with model cars. Good luck :)

shannon

8:54 PM on October 13, 2011 by [email protected]

love your work! i am looking for someone to make hot wheels of my husbands cars for a christmas gift. any ideas?

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9:27 PM on October 2, 2011 

It helps a lot! Thanks, Dave

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1:59 AM on September 26, 2011 

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Dave says...

Karl,

Who do you consider to be the best manufacturer of plastic model kits (Tamyia, Hasegawa, Fujimi, Aoshima, etc.)? The more detailed the better. I am particularly interested in Subaru model kits. Thanks and keep up the great work. Dave

Hi Dave, first of all thanks for visiting SCC and signing my guestbook. In my honest opinion, I do prefer Tamiya over any other manufacturer because of their excellent parts fitment and perfectly understandable instruction manuals. Although I have so far only built 1 Aoshima and 1 Fujimi cars (compared to about 10 Tamiyas). This makes it a bit difficult for me to decide which is the best manufacturer, but I still lean towards the Tamiya. For example, Tamiya's R35 isn't the best car to detail considering it has a one piece molded engine and undercarriage (compared to the Aoshima's R35 which has a separate engine and visible drivetrain in the undercarriage) but I still prefered the Tamiya due to the fact that I like them most!

Regarding Subaru models, I think you would need to buy from different manufacturers if you want to build the whole Subaru line-up because Hasegawa makes the first Impreza, Tamiya does the Bug-eye, Fujimi does the Hawk-eye and finally Aoshima are doing the latest Impreza... so you would have to go round each manufacturer! If you're looking for a Legacy, then you're probably looking at Fujimi.

Hope that helps and good luck Dave, keep visiting ScaleCarCollection ;) 

Dave

5:28 PM on September 22, 2011 by [email protected]

Karl,

Who do you consider to be the best manufacturer of plastic model kits (Tamyia, Hasegawa, Fujimi, Aoshima, etc.)? The more detailed the better. I am particularly interested in Subaru model kits. Thanks and keep up the great work. Dave

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4:21 AM on September 22, 2011 

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Ismaiel says...

Hey mate, just wanna say that thats some awsome work you got there...very inspirational, its been something I've wanted to do for a long time...can't wait to use some of those steps you've put to modify my cars...thanks again....

Hi Ismaiel, thanks for visiting the site and signing my guestbook with your opinion. No problem about using my work for your inspiration, glad I could be of help to you :) 

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12:39 AM on September 21, 2011 by [email protected]

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Hey mate, just wanna say that thats some awsome work you got there...very inspirational, its been something I've wanted to do for a long time...can't wait to use some of those steps you've put to modify my cars...thanks again....

7:17 AM on September 6, 2011 

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Hi everyone, thank you very much for leaving me your views about my work and the type of kits I build. I've been off the site and my modelling table for a few months now but I must say I'm looking forward to return. I've already started working on a new project and I'll hopefully post new updates very soon.

jason: the shift light was very easy to make. Just cut a toothpick from the middle part to the correct lenght and paint it... that's all. Just cut it with a good blade so that it would leave straight edges.

Stas: I'm glad I could be of help. Unfortunately, the picture isn't working so I can't see your Vitz. You can send me a picture of it on my email which is [email protected] so that I can see your version of the Fujimi Vitz.

Once again, thanks Nick, David Blake, kitefighter, jason, Sylvester and Stas for signing my guestbook, keep checking ScaleCarCollection for new updates :)

Nick

12:20 AM on September 6, 2011 by [email protected]

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Hey! Your work is awsome and has helped me with my model car collecting / customizin. Keep up the great work n I'll be checking back soon to see what you've made!

David Blake

6:22 PM on August 18, 2011 by [email protected]

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Hi, just want to say I really like your kits especially the subtly customised GT-R. Tamiya kits are my favourite, the mouldings are very neat and the window-masking sets are a god-send. But my kits are nowhere near the standard yours are, I don't have enough skill to deviate too much from the kit instructions. I am currently building a 1:12 Mini Cooper but taking my time because I don't want to mess it up!

Anyway, keep building those awesome kits

Dave

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9:27 AM on July 23, 2011 by [email protected]

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I like your tastes in cars and models.

kitefighter

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2:29 PM on July 20, 2011 by [email protected]

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hi karl its jason i was wondering how you made the shift light with a toothpick and your japanese freind had some in his diecasts so could you ask him how he made them for me thanks.;)

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6:47 AM on July 16, 2011 by [email protected]

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Hi again:)

Your answer was very helpful for me, thanks! I finished my vitz, see photo:

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stas says...

Hello Karl. I read your post about Fujimi Toyota Vitz - it's really good job! I have the same model and i don't know how am i be able to brush it. Could you tell more about brushing that model? What colour and varnish you use? Thank you for answer. Regards:)

Hi Stas, thank you for visiting the site and sending me your feedback. The Toyota Vitz was a long project but I'm pretty happy with the outcome. As you can see from the description and pictures, the Vitz was first sprayed with an aerosol Plastikote brand, white primer. Than it was airbrushed with an automotive Toyota blue color and finished with an automotive clear, referred to as 2K since it is a mixture of paint and hardener. Now, when you say you don't know how to brush it, are you planning to airbrush it or paint it using a brush? I don't recommend brushing it using a paint brush because of a poor finish. It'd be best to airbrush it, but if you don't have an airbrush, then I'd recommend using aerosol cans to spray it. Tamiya have some very nice user friendly aerosols if you manage to get hold of them. Always try to spray a layer of primer first so that this will stick better with the plastic. Good luck and if you'd like more information or a better description, you can contact me on my email which is [email protected] where I'll try to help you better. Sorry for the late reply and keep visiting SCC!

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;)i was wondering if you live in canada if so you could give me lessons on how you build your car

Hi Jason, no unfortunately I don't live in Canada. I live in Malta, which is a bit far away to meet and give you lessons. I'd do my best to help you online though. If you need to ask anything, just send me an email on [email protected] and I'll try to help you from there.

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2:19 AM on May 25, 2011 by [email protected]

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Hello Karl. I read your post about Fujimi Toyota Vitz - it's really good job! I have the same model and i don't know how am i be able to brush it. Could you tell more about brushing that model? What colour and varnish you use? Thank you for answer. Regards:)

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10:47 PM on May 24, 2011 by [email protected]

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;)i was wondering if you live in canada if so you could give me lessons on how you build your car

11:46 PM on May 23, 2011 

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 thanks for the advice man that really helped me allot, cuz i only used super glue from the store at the corner of my house and i just pretty much messed every thing up with that but thanks to you i have less to worry about. thanks!

Hi Tweek, thanks for taking the time to visit the site and leaving me your feedback. Yeah the Silvia took me quite some time to get the result I was looking for, but now it looks very JDM so I'm really happy with the outcome! Regarding the glue, I use about 3 different types of glue: A contacta professional glue from Revell (I use this for small pieces), super-glue (for attaching larger parts like bumpers, side-skirts... etc but I use this in very small quantities to avoid that white fog once it dries) and finally white pva glue (for the headlights, rearlights and windows). Regarding the model cars, I always buy these online since local shops don't stock much Japanese cars. All the models I bought were off eBay UK. Hope that helps and keep visiting ScaleCarCollection!

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1:41 AM on May 20, 2011 

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Tweek says...

ey this is some good work you got here, i was looking at that silvia, and that cars just awesom, i lfuckend liked the black that you put around the windows. that cars awesom, also i wanted to ask you what type of glue you use to put your cars together and if you could let me know if you buy your models of the internet and if so what website?

Hi Tweek, thanks for taking the time to visit the site and leaving me your feedback. Yeah the Silvia took me quite some time to get the result I was looking for, but now it looks very JDM so I'm really happy with the outcome! Regarding the glue, I use about 3 different types of glue: A contacta professional glue from Revell (I use this for small pieces), super-glue (for attaching larger parts like bumpers, side-skirts... etc but I use this in very small quantities to avoid that white fog once it dries) and finally white pva glue (for the headlights, rearlights and windows). Regarding the model cars, I always buy these online since local shops don't stock much Japanese cars. All the models I bought were off eBay UK. Hope that helps and keep visiting ScaleCarCollection!

2:41 AM on April 5, 2012 

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Sarah says...

Hi,

I just wanted to get a quote for a custom diecast. Could you please provide a contact email that i can forward images and get a quote for.

Thanks

Sarah

Hello Sarah, first of all thanks for trusting in my work to have your required diecast customized. Unfortunately I cannot accept such orders since at the moment I'm busy working on my current project, the R33, then soon after I'm going to have to stop working on model cars for about a year due to other commitments.

Once again, thanks for your interest.

Karl

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9:33 PM on April 2, 2012 by [email protected]

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Hi,

I just wanted to get a quote for a custom diecast. Could you please provide a contact email that i can forward images and get a quote for.

Thanks

Sarah

6:51 AM on March 28, 2012 

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anton camilleri says...

hi, this is anton.

i have a ferrari collection which i would like to sell and they are still new in their boxes since i never opened them.

i have three of them which are very rare to find and must be seen.

do you have any idea who would be interested to buy these models at a reasonable prices please?

thanks

Hi Anton,

I haven't sold any of the cars from mine or dad's collection, so can't be of much help when it comes to selling model cars. However, several friends of mine have sold part of their collections by making an advertisement on MaltaPark. Maybe you can do the same because I have occasionally seen model cars for sale there, so I guess that there are modellers that visit MaltaPark. If you have some rare cars, I would suggest eBay then. You might get some pretty good prices for them, especially if they are placed on bidding. I've seen some rare cars going for crazy prices over there!

Good luck with your sale Anton, hope that you find my answer helpful ;)  

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1:11 PM on March 26, 2012 by [email protected]

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hi, this is anton.

i have a ferrari collection which i would like to sell and they are still