woah, those 3 are pretty awesome, im into my diecasts but i prefer to hot rod them up rather than weather them, yours look pretty awesome tho, if you ever have trouble just drop me a line and ill try to help
Dont know if its relevent to the stuff you do, but iv done quite a bit of modifieing 1.64th scale die cast. In that scale i detail the cars using a lot of bits from 1.72 scale kits of army vehicles, ie axles seats steering wheels etc. I would say the best advantege with die cast over kits is the body can take any type of paint without picling up.
This is a pic of a duece i did from an old Hot wheels roadster with a (not that good) scratch built roof in platicard, & scratch built engine.
If your not confident with scratch building parts to detail your die casts, i would sugest going for cars were you know you can get parts for it, for example i have a 1.16 model A pickup & if i ever get round to it, im going to rod it using parts rescued from a dameged 1.16th Graffitti coupe. However the ones youv posted here are top stuff allready!.
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