Custom Matchbox Gangster Car

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Custom Matchbox Barn Find VW Bus

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Custom Hot Wheels VW SP2

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Still playing around with some different weathering techniques. This VW SP2 was a good candidate to try new textures with common household cooking products. I love the way that it turned out other than the fact that this particular car in real life would have a lot of fiberglass parts that wouldn’t really rust. The display overall is much better than I had originally envisioned! Makes me look forward to the next one.

Custom Hot Wheels VW Beetle Camper

Custom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperCustom Hot Wheels VW Beetle CamperThought it’d be fun to do another custom using the VW Beetle truck. Playing around with different mediums to create this custom VW Beetle camper. After it was finished, I wished that I hadn’t included the piping around the edge of the camper, it was very soft metal and it moved on me while painting. I may go back some time and revisit this one and remove the piping. But overall, it was a fun project. Enjoy the video!

Radio Flyer Restoration Part IV Finale’

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Custom Hot Wheels Hudson Hornet

20190818_16451720190818_16464120190818_16465020190818_16474720190818_16522520190818_16524920190818_17030820190818_17053220190820_17375120190821_17304320190821_18232920190823_16550920190823_18444520190823_19081420190823_19110720190823_19111320190823_194551Custom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonCustom Hot Wheels HudsonI’m supposed to be working on a 1:18 scale VW Beetle, but I saw this car on the pegs and thought it’d be a good candidate for a quick custom. I wanted this car to look like it has been sitting out in the elements for many years and even though many people have offered to buy it from it’s current owner, the owner refuses to sell it. Therefore, it will just sit and rot away. I wanted the display to have a lot of detail and though space is limited in these 1:64 scale displays, I think I was able to add just enough to tell the story.

Radio Flyer Restoration Part III

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