I know I parked it around here somewhere.

This paint is so thick. All details were lost in the paint. It’ll be stripped and given a classy paint job (again). And yes I painted the rock.

I found the MBX Evoque at a local dollar store.

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First off the Tampos are amazing. That grill, the lights. The definition on these Tampos is perfection. So what’s wrong with it, you ask...

I started putting tail lights on my Jag

It doesn’t have an interior. Or windows for that matter. The metallic orange paint and great Tampos are safe from me. (for now)

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On to the Updates. The Green Beamer Gang has a new member.

And there’s a 1 series in the stripper. As soon as I get a few more I’ll detail and make a post about the deadly Green Beamer Gang.

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The Ferrari 330 P4 was stripped and shined.

I always have a hard time painting cars after I spend an hour or two shining them up with 000 steel wool.

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My “June Custom Challenge” car is coming along. I’m finally going to not paint over all that beautifully shined Zamac.

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Axle tubes are too long on purpose

I had to cut off the side cages to get it to fit right, but I’ve already reattached them. That circuit board is for looks (all electric components are for looks).

I am not very good at detail painting, but I am getting a bit better

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The green looked great before the clear coat. The lines have bled a bit.

As it sits on the jar of paint the interior is being attached straight to the base. I can still get the body off to add turn signals, door handles, and stuff. I want the interior set before final placement of the electric motor.

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Thanks for reading my ramblings.