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Old 9th May 2010, 22:08   #7876
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BMW 325i Conv - Maisto 1/18
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1:43 Ferrari F430 Scuderia (Bburago)
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Mercedes SLR
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Old 10th May 2010, 06:35   #7879
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Got my jag new plates
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@zibby: Nice pictures. I have the same BMW 3 Series but in a dark green colour. It has the working soft top doesnt it? How did you make the no plates for the Jag?

@kp: Fantastic pictures.
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Thanks Dippy.

Americano muscle !
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Got my jag new plates
Nice work, really looks original!

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Nice plates... how did you make them???
I believe he took a print out in that size from some photograph, and then stuck them on. Right, Zibby?

I shall try and do something similar for my hummer model.
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These are two latest addition to my collection.will upload few more as soon as i get some time.
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I believe he took a print out in that size from some photograph, and then stuck them on. Right, Zibby?

I shall try and do something similar for my hummer model.
I figured the print out, but I am interested in knowing if he mounted it on tin plates to give the metal feel... I am almost done preparing garage signs in the same way... I get the tin plates from Coke cans.
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nice looker this 430 Scuderia
please tell me, what is your opinion of the quality of this series when viewed in comparison to the Hotwheels 1:43 Scale models which have recently been released into the market under license from Ferrari.
would like your take on this.
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Lovely shots. Love the SLR a lot. Would surely love to have one of those. Awesome Shoots.
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I believe he took a print out in that size from some photograph, and then stuck them on. Right, Zibby?

I shall try and do something similar for my hummer model.
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@zibby: Nice pictures. I have the same BMW 3 Series but in a dark green colour. It has the working soft top doesnt it? How did you make the no plates for the Jag?.
Thanks, yup it has a working roof

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I figured the print out, but I am interested in knowing if he mounted it on tin plates to give the metal feel... I am almost done preparing garage signs in the same way... I get the tin plates from Coke cans.
This is how I done it.
1. Scanned a 1/18 number plate to get the size and copied into publisher .
2. Googled for Dubai number plates and choose the first one I came across. ( This was just trial, will make VIP numbers later)
3. Copied into publisher and reduce the size to 1/18 number plate.
4. Then print out, I used glossy paper cause the finish was not good using standard paper.
5. Used double sided tape to stick to the car.

Found this website which makes American Plates http://www.acme.com/licensemaker/lic...98&r=566502149

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Thanks, yup it has a working roof



This is how I done it.
1. Scanned a 1/18 number plate to get the size and copied into publisher .
2. Googled for Dubai number plates and choose the first one I came across. ( This was just trial, will make VIP numbers later)
3. Copied into publisher and reduce the size to 1/18 number plate.
4. Then print out, I used glossy paper cause the finish was not good using standard paper.
5. Used double sided tape to stick to the car.

Found this website which makes American Plates ACME License Maker
I've used ACME license maker quite often... it is very good, but limited to US plates.
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