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Big things with little cars

Custom - Slantnose edition with some 934 on the side

I grabbed a porsche 930 a while back and it had awful, awful tampos. Since it is pretty rare to find a 930, I grabbed it anyways. Here's what it looked like:

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Yeah, pretty bad. Someone suggested it would look great in a simple black, harkening back to the 80's from which it came. I liked that idea and decided a flat black would be the best option. Here's the results!

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Illustration for article titled Custom - Slantnose edition with some 934 on the side

A tale of two whale tails

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Seems the 930 could have been a bit wider than the 934 so the wheels would fit better

Now for some 934s!!!

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Illustration for article titled Custom - Slantnose edition with some 934 on the side

Also I learned how not to mix paints today. Turns out you should not mix an acrylic paint with the testors stuff...it gets all globby and doesn't lay well. I'm going to strip the ferrari again and start over. Mixing the gloss black and metallic copper should end up extremely well.

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