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nur964

Ukraine
112 Posts

Posted - 02/05/2018 :  14:11:04  Show Profile  Visit nur964's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Dave G

I see what's going on here... I almost fell for it. The parts aren't that small, you probably have gigantic hands... :)




thanks. in fact, my hands are very small)

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Stas

Czech Republic
36 Posts

Posted - 04/20/2018 :  08:33:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This is incredible! Thanks for sharing your talent!
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nur964

Ukraine
112 Posts

Posted - 05/05/2018 :  08:27:28  Show Profile  Visit nur964's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Stas

This is incredible! Thanks for sharing your talent!


Thank you

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Edited by - nur964 on 05/05/2018 08:27:54
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nur964

Ukraine
112 Posts

Posted - 05/05/2018 :  08:46:46  Show Profile  Visit nur964's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Singer North Carolina
Singer Targa Luxemburg
1955 Porsche 356preA Emory Outlaw
Later I'll show the singer Broolyn and Singer SanDiego.maybe more other projects I'll start taking pictures.






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Edited by - nur964 on 05/05/2018 08:50:32
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nur964

Ukraine
112 Posts

Posted - 06/01/2018 :  14:12:29  Show Profile  Visit nur964's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Singer North Carolina








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the.x.man

New Zealand
825 Posts

Posted - 06/01/2018 :  18:22:38  Show Profile  Visit the.x.man's Homepage  Reply with Quote
What you are doing in 1:43 scale is exactly what Singer do in 1:1. I believe we are seeing the same skill and craftsmanship in your models as Singer demonstrate on their cars.

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“The only substitute for cubic inches is more cubic inches!”
~ Max Balchowsky

the.x.man 1:43
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nur964

Ukraine
112 Posts

Posted - 06/02/2018 :  05:34:40  Show Profile  Visit nur964's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by the.x.man

What you are doing in 1:43 scale is exactly what Singer do in 1:1. I believe we are seeing the same skill and craftsmanship in your models as Singer demonstrate on their cars.

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“The only substitute for cubic inches is more cubic inches!”
~ Max Balchowsky

the.x.man 1:43



Thank you so much. I am very pleased to hear that


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Dave G

Netherlands
56 Posts

Posted - 06/03/2018 :  23:19:00  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by the.x.man

What you are doing in 1:43 scale is exactly what Singer do in 1:1. I believe we are seeing the same skill and craftsmanship in your models as Singer demonstrate on their cars.

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“The only substitute for cubic inches is more cubic inches!”
~ Max Balchowsky

the.x.man 1:43




I think it's much easier if you can properly hold the parts you're working on. Or actually see them =)
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nur964

Ukraine
112 Posts

Posted - 06/24/2018 :  04:06:15  Show Profile  Visit nur964's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Singer targa Luxemburg
Body brass, roof cooper and aluminium






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nur964

Ukraine
112 Posts

Posted - 06/24/2018 :  05:09:03  Show Profile  Visit nur964's Homepage  Reply with Quote
The following 1/43 project. I'm working on some models, some plan to start. Colors are not exact, there is a possibility of changing colors, as well as changes in the construction and complexity of the model.
Ruf CTR2
Ruf CTR2017
Ruf SCR
Singer DLS
993RS
993GT
964RS3.8
AlfaRomeo 6C Zagato
Bugatti 35








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Edited by - nur964 on 06/24/2018 05:10:36
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Dave G

Netherlands
56 Posts

Posted - 06/29/2018 :  05:27:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Wow, those are some pretty cars. I think we see more classic cars on this forum, but cars like the 993 are cars from my youth. Models like that and others ranging from the '80's really appeal to me.
This year I added a 993 RS (Thanks to Mike here) and a 993 GT2 to my collection which is actually modern Ferrari V12 only. Both from Make Up, both fantastic models but not unique since there is a pretty wide range of colors.
I am still waiting/hoping for Make Up to come up with a 964 RS 3.8, one of my most favorite Porsches. Yours will be, based on what you show here, probably from a whole different league!! Keep up your fantastic work, and show some from time to time. I really appreciate it!
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the.x.man

New Zealand
825 Posts

Posted - 06/30/2018 :  03:28:49  Show Profile  Visit the.x.man's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I am very much looking forward to the T35...

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nur964

Ukraine
112 Posts

Posted - 07/14/2018 :  14:28:58  Show Profile  Visit nur964's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Dave G

Wow, those are some pretty cars. I think we see more classic cars on this forum, but cars like the 993 are cars from my youth. Models like that and others ranging from the '80's really appeal to me.
This year I added a 993 RS (Thanks to Mike here) and a 993 GT2 to my collection which is actually modern Ferrari V12 only. Both from Make Up, both fantastic models but not unique since there is a pretty wide range of colors.
I am still waiting/hoping for Make Up to come up with a 964 RS 3.8, one of my most favorite Porsches. Yours will be, based on what you show here, probably from a whole different league!! Keep up your fantastic work, and show some from time to time. I really appreciate it!


Thank you. basically I'm fond of aircooled porsche. Modern Porsche, except for the carreraGT, I'm absolutely not interested. like two new RUF with a classic design and Singer. also a little interested in pre-war sports car. I also like some classic Ferrari, but I never built a model.
993GT and 993RSR are my favorite modifications in this body.
makeup makes excellent and models. although I myself stopped collecting resin models.
964 I'm building from scratch. without a base.
Thank you.
Sorry for my english.

Only air
nur965@gmail.com

Edited by - nur964 on 07/14/2018 14:29:55
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nur964

Ukraine
112 Posts

Posted - 07/14/2018 :  14:39:09  Show Profile  Visit nur964's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by the.x.man

I am very much looking forward to the T35...

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“The only substitute for cubic inches is more cubic inches!”
~ Max Balchowsky

the.x.man 1:43



the model began to build. maybe then I'll start building another pre-war bugatti.










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nur964

Ukraine
112 Posts

Posted - 07/18/2018 :  15:42:55  Show Profile  Visit nur964's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I think to build a new Singer DLS in white. What do you think?
fully open, with all these little beautiful details.





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Edited by - nur964 on 07/18/2018 15:48:05
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