Scale RC Forum Forum Members’ Builds Forum’s Finest Builds Bones SCX10 Landrover D90 Build

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  • #38381
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    Bill
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    That does look well tastey, very nice work mate.

    #49827
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    clowe
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    love it pal looks spot on

    #38382

    Anonymous
    • Looking For Mud

    Looks awsome i think with all these d90’s i am going to have to buuy one soon B)

    #38383

    Anonymous
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    I think that looks really stuNning, a few pics of it as A brand new rig that could be from a sales brochure would be good then go get it used and abused a bit.

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    Geoff
    Geoff
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    der Land Rover sieht fantastisch und so realistisch, gute Arbeit :cheer:

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    #38385
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    Bone
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    Thanks guys! Here’s some proper pics…

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    #38386

    Anonymous
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    Fantastic pictures, One of my favorite D90 builds B)

    #49926

    Anonymous
    • Looking For Mud

    A great build Bone and a thread I often return to for inspiration.

    I received my 90 body kit some weeks ago for my build and looking to start it in the near future.

    A quick question: you said you, ‘De chRomed parts and sprayed matt black’. Did you actually remove the chrome paint (if so, how?) or did you just paint over the chrome painted parts.

    Oh, I haven’t yet decided on colours, but should i go for black wheels, do you still have the spare wheel going?

    Cheers. :)

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    Bone
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    Thanks bud. Yes i removed the chrome first by soaking them in neat bleach then sanded with wet and dry, then primer, then paint.

    I do have the spare but have re painted it due to a poor finish from new. Looks good though.

    #50206

    Anonymous
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    Bone wrote:
    Thanks bud. Yes i removed the chrome first by soaking them in neat bleach then sanded with wet and dry, then primer, then paint.

    I do have the spare but have re painted it due to a poor finish from new. Looks good though.

    Thanks for the info. Once I decide on colours I’ll let you know about the wheel (if it’s still available then).

    Cheers.

    #38387
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    Bone
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    Yeah no probs mate

    #50207

    Anonymous
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    Am@rder wrote:
    Bone wrote:
    Thanks bud. Yes i removed the chrome first by soaking them in neat bleach then sanded with wet and dry, then primer, then paint.

    I do have the spare but have re painted it due to a poor finish from new. Looks good though.

    Thanks for the info. Once I decide on colours I’ll let you know about the wheel (if it’s still available then).

    Cheers.

    The bleach tip worked a treat. Cheers. :)

    I’ve ordered the same set of wheels but in white, so if I buy your spare I’ll have to paint it. Can you PM what you want for the wheel (posted) please?

    Cheers.

    #38388
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    Bone
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    New number plates.

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    #38389
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    Bone
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    Matching spare tyre.

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    #50828
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    scalematt
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    How did you do the alloy colour behind the grill?

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