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Lancia Aurelia B24
Serial/Movie: Il Sorpasso

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Brand: BBurago
Color: light green
Period: January 2007
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Now it's the turn for the Viper and the new Dodge Charger!

   When I finished the Diabolik's Jaguar, I started a new project: unfortunately, it's not the Traveller #2 (I'm waiting some detailed pictures from Erik to create a perfect replica of his car), but the Dodge Viper used in the TV series "Viper". To replicate it, I used an old black Viper I bought for few euros 2 weeks ago, and after a good paint remover, I started to paint it with red paint. At now, I painted only the hood, the trunk, the rollbar and the 2 doors; moreover, I prepared with the PC a correct license plate.
   In the next days, I will finish to paint the rest of the body, and then I will prepare some accurate decals for the interior to reproduce the technological instruments located in the dashboard.

   Moreover, this morning I saw these awesome pictures posted by Bugsy and Motorhead on CGLFC message board. On these pictures, there is the new Dodge Charger produced by RC2/Joy Ride/ERTL (the maquette, certainly) and I can only say that this time the model is perfect (correct rims, trunk that can be opened, accurate engines, etc.) There is also a pre-release General Lee with test color, without tampos... I can't wait!!! I want this General!!!

Posted by: Fabiano on Wed 8/8/2007 09:3200



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In this period, I'm working on the Happy Birthday version of the General Lee used in 7th season the TV series "The Dukes of Hazzard"



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