Custom Hot Wheels VW Transport Part I

Custom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportCustom Hot Wheels VW TransportThis is probably one of the most ambitious customs that I’ve started and it has kicked my butt from step one! First my drill bit slipped off the pillar and I drilled through the base, I broke my drill bit off in the pillar when I was drilling it out to tap it, the first attempt at paint turned out horribly, so I decided to start over! Even from the beginning, I wasn’t sure what direction I was going to go with this one. I wanted to try to incorporate a new medium into this project so I decided to use poly styrene. After stepping away for a few days and giving it more thought, I’ve got a better idea of where I’m going with this one. The video below documents my failed first attempt. Part II will be available shortly and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprise at the outcome.

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