Recently restored , (just a few things to finish) .A full strip down , new parts obtained where needed ,much cleaning and polishing of everything in sight
That is a perfect example of a hilux a true beauty!
Wow- amazing work kev!!
2nd place to the Blazer LOL!
Very nice mate. Which polish did you use for the chassis ??
The polish was a combination of wet and dry paper on the main rails ,then I use T-cut scratch remover/ polish ,then a polish called 'duzzit' made by 151 products and it cost the pricely sum of .99p from QD stores and it really 'duzzit' well + plenty of old T-shirts as polishers
Really nice work She looks amazing .
What a nice truck,i really like the driver.
Thanks for the kind words guys
Blazer addiction Mike?
Ummmm, your collection is attacking TC with a vengance!
I meant vengence! (spellcheck)
That is an absolutly fantastic looking Hilux!!!!
do u have to pay to have a showroom
Yes , you need to subscribe to have showroom
can u enter comps if u dont pay???
Hi roboff94. You can only use the showroom and the other facilities if you subscribe.It costs £15 and it opens it all up for you
looks mint Kev, gives me something to work towards, though I doubt mine will look this good!
Kev this thing looks really clean and shiny. I really love the paintwork on your driver figure. well done
Thanks Mark , glad you like it
nice job kev it would look nice next to mine lol steman
hey kev how did you get the legs on the guy to look that good nice camo and the body that shiney wot paint ? steman
Hi Stephen , I brush painted the drivers legs after studying some camo designs , it is painted with Tamiya mixed acrylics . The body is sprayed with Halfords paint which I always use on my hard shells ,then polished up .Glad you like it
thanks for the info kev keep up the good