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One of a kind Car hauler. Latest custom, hand built using the cab from Gotta Go (that wierd toilet bowl truck thing) everything else was hand built out of palight scraps and some styrene
Since racing is non-existant around here lately I thought it was a good time to finally get on my KotM builds to keep busy and stay sane. Finished them up this afternoon and will be mailing them out today if all goes well.
The Faddy and the F'nFifty.
Ive never competed in this kind of race before and honestly have NO clue if these will even qualify well, much less be competitive at all but I gave it my all and if nothing else...they might look good if they make a race! I have not put this much work into any single Mod to date and alot of it kinda flies in the face of what little I know to work (weight bias, wheel choice etc) but I did my research, asked around some, said a prayer and got to it. They are both very different setups and yet they swap wins with a consistency thats eerie to watch on my track. The Faddy is as heavy as I dared go with BIG wide wheels. The F'nFifty is low and wide with the weight spread low and its nowhere near the weight capacity. I probably coulda gone full out on the weight but decided to try it a tad lighter. They are fast in a straight line which is proving to be crucial on 3d's new track setup so we shall see what happens.
OH and I wouldnt rule out body parts falling off the F'nFifty if things get too rowdy out there LOL
I'm a fan of Fats all the way around
Finally finished my blown 442. Fun project, but unibody interiors are always a pain in the rear because there are parts that are mandatory to keep to be able to put it back together, much easier when you can just ditch the interior and add weight.
Ditched the rubber Goodyear’s and put on some UltraHots.
Anybody ever see The Wraith. The race scene to start the movie. Lose the race, lose your car. I love that movie and I am going to try to recreate those cars. I shopped for the Daytona and found the Kenner vette. When I seen the vette it reminded me of Packards vette and thought I want to do that. I know this is for completed but was excited about this project.
first this custom midnight Otto. Stolen wheels from a 1:43, removed the front and added the motor.
ive made this Honda replicating one that I've owned.
one of my favourite customs, Dodge Demon
this one was done for a Halloween contest. It came out on second. Used de HW50 as a base, wheels and rear lights from an 1:43,and some tubing for the motor etc.