Category: "Model Cars & Airplanes"

Sunday driving

by brae  

Sunday driving in the Model T will have to wait.  I am busy working behind the scenes...more soon.... more »

1913 Model T Van, part 11

by brae  

Continuing work on the Model T Van.  The kit comes with rubber tires that you stretch over the plastic wheels.  The wheels are substantial, so you don't risk snapping them in half during this process. From the examples I've seen, the real life wheels… more »

1913 Model T Van, part 10

by brae  

Continuing work on the Model T Van.  There are eight lights on this model: two headlights, two side lamps, two coach lamps and two taillights.  I figured I would give LED lighting a go for the headlights and possibly the taillights.  I opted not to… more »

1913 Model T Van, part 9

by brae  

Continuing work on the Model T Van.  From now on, I will be a purist and buy spray paints made for car models if I want a showroom new vehicle.  I do love the "craft" spray paints I've used in the past on other materials, but for plastic models it has… more »

1913 Model T Van, part 8

by brae  

Continuing work on the Model T Van.  The kit comes with tubing and wires to add realistic detailing to the engine compartment.  The thin tubing is rather stiff, so in just about every instance it has broken off the tiny plastic rod that's supposed to… more »

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