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1/10 1st gen 4runner.. trail truck..now with bigger shoes
well this is the one i am building right now so i thaugh t id share...
far from done but its a start........
all locked up
metal gear servo
and lots of other goodies...
the body is molded by a friend of mine..... if ur interested pm me ill send you info.....this one is a prototype.. and i got lucky enough to give it a try....
more pixx as i go
TEAM: TOYOTA PUNK yota broken.. ....all about SVT fords...for now
You should put some iron fillings around the fenders when the paint is still wet and hit it with malic acid. Let the rust bleed through. I used to do it on my scale models. I know you paint the inside of the polycarb bodies but it can still be done.
Rust adds a real scale apperance