Model: (Click to see more) 58500: Sand Rover 2011
Status: NIB
Date: 5-Mar-2017
Comments: 9
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Due to the weather, only drove around the Garden. Expecting some parts to arrive next week. will shoot some video and more photo :D this is what it's at for now. till the final finish?

the tyre were fine on this buggy, drives well! And put a smile ...on my face looking at the driver figure moves :-)

also the colours of the sleeve now blends in more with the shirt! Pic.7.

Video 1 ->

Video 2 ->

Build Thread here ->

more to come... also starting a new project :-)

Wish the weather was better! Rear Number Plate, Exhaust and Bumper Rear view is Awesome - love the suspension Ready, Set... GO! Side View, nerd bars Complete with Wipers, Lights and Roll cage The Colour of the Sleeves blends with the shirt! Spare tires, Fuel Tank, Fuel Caps, side nerd bar! making hole into the body... first coat test printing different fuel tanks. fuel tank steering mechanism rear bumper with exhaust assembly centre shifter first fitting hands font bumper - test fitted first test project kick off lol! added vents?

If you liked those pictures, you should see these...
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Absolutely stunning! Looking forward to the final finish!



This is magnificent! The animated driver is exceptional! - I've been following the build-thread and am utterly inspired!



hi can i just ask what wheels and tires you have used. thanks



Thanks guys! @k2cos those wheels and tyre are from stock 58372 Tamiya Ford F350 Hi-lift.



Great build! I've been following it on the forum and you have done an amazing job. Top-notch work on the 3D printed parts as well.


Very nice achievement!



Simply Stunning!!! 👏👏👏👏
I can't wait to go see your Build Thread. I've been a Tamiya Guy since 84, but I just joined this Club TODAY!!



what a paint job and the 3d printing work is a1 brilliant love that driver setup


Amazing build love all the details

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