Model: (Click to see more) 58441: Buggy Champ 2009
Status: New built
Date: 12-Sep-2020
Comments: 5
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This is my interpretation of entrant #110.

5 A lovely step back in time ... 3 based on a great racer ... 3 with great details ... 4 including some 3d printed parts ... 5 built at the same time as a Sand Scorcher ... 2 the rear section removed as per full-size ... 6 the white was painted ... 2 and TS-101 has great coverage properties ... 3 2 with flat clear used to take the shine away... 3 spot light buckets are chrome and black ... 3 stickers are helpfully pre-cut ... 4 4 loads of driver details ... 1 a Sand Scorcher driver is a more realistic size 4 3d printed engine and exhaust ... 2 with lovely little details ... 4 augmented with servo wire ... 4 a darker colour was used on the inside rim ... 1 a custom chassis allowed for a lower driver.

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Comments

Steffen

12-Sep-2020

That’s gorgeous with lots of wonderful details. I love how you painted the dampers yellow. Which 3D printed engine is that?

JacquesA

12-Sep-2020

Wonderful car !!!

nicherotors

13-Sep-2020

Thanks Steffen, I used the Mk2 SRB Main Engine from Knight Customs and it fits in the Buggy Champ without any modification and I found it a joy to work with. I’d forgotten to mention the dampers - I used Tamiya primer which is pretty good on metal and then TS-47 Chrome Yellow.

Re-Bugged

19-Sep-2020

That is beautifully made and stunning quality in attention to detail.


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