And I think it already points to the 1950s. What a shame that all those ideas were cut off due to the war... But it's nice to give all those cars a new chance with our hobby, isn't it ?
I'm indeed interested in history, but I fear I'm too retarded for those innuendos
Thanks! And let me know where to see your streamliners! Originally I wanted to collect only such designs, but there are too few made in white-metal, so I am terribly forced to buy other models, as well
Thanks a lot, nice to hear!
Thank you so much! I'll see what I can do regarding model magazines... ! The quality of Mikansue varies extremely between the different models. Absolutely worst case was the Aston Martin C-type (also shown here sometime ago), but the Lagonda V12 Drophead Coupé and the Triumph Dolomite Roadster (still to come) are really excellent models. And the next one (no Mikansue) is already on the workbench...CDM wrote: ↑Fri Mar 30, 2018 5:08 pmI have built a few Mikansue & John Day kits over the years. Some were not bad but a few were truly awful models, but back in those days it was all you could get. I have never made this particular model, but what you have created from a pretty average model is remarkable. It really needs to be featured in a model magazine as well as on here. I cant wait for the next one.Chris
I guess becoming an artist was one of my (disappointed) dreams in life, but model-building simply is my vocation, as it seems! I'm happy if I can entertain you fellows here a little bit, and meanwhile there's enough stuff under my bed for the next 26 and half years
The Adler found its new home, and for the first time I had to open the second row (where my early attempts will be shifted to):
Jean B. will return in "Alvis" - stay tuned !