Saturday, December 5, 2015

1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Stradale

Ferrari 250 GTO, one of the world's most expensive and collectible car. I have wanted to build a Ferrari 250 GTO for many years and finally year 2015 is the chance. There are many model kits being issued before on this car but the body shape for some kits are largely inaccurate whereas this Fujimi kit is one of the closest to the real thing in my opinion.

This build is rather straightforward with minor details added. New paint for the frames are trial and tested and the results are beyond expectations. Wheels are from MFH and lights are also added. No engine details is included in this build but I will build a separate engine as a stand alone in the future.
  


 

Friday, November 27, 2015

M CON III 2015

Its been a few years since the last M-CON was held and according to the organizers, it might be the last too. Therefore, i went to the event bringing some of my older finished models for competition. 

I'm grateful that my work are well liked in the show. Fortunately, my Tamiya Enzo Ferrari has won both the Best of Tamiya and Best of Automobile (Tamiya) awards, while my MFH Ferrari F2007 Brazil GP has won the Best of Automobile (Non Tamiya).  

Lastly, I would like to thank M workshop and Stargek for organizing such a wonderful event as well as the prizes sponsored.  
  

  



  


  




 

 



Pictures courtesy of the M Workshop & Stargek

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Ferrari F430 Super GT 2008 (Full Carbon Fibre)

Another commissioned work here on this nice kit produced by this company JP models, which Im not too familiar with. This kit is treated with full carbon fibre decals and clear coated with flat clear. There are many photoetched parts that comes with this kit which makes it look really sharp when finished. Most parts are nicely cast in metal and resin but sill require great amount of cleaning up. Quite disappointed with the clear side windows which i think the company vacuum-formed them quite poorly. Most parts fit pretty good and looks very accurate. In all, this is definitely a great 1/18 scale kit to have and work on.










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