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"The Persuaders" Ferrari Dino 246 GT

It is almost the end of my holiday, so today you must took the last programmed post in which I show you another new model. Unlike the others I showed you a few days ago, this will suffer a heavy change in the next weeks, especially in the paint layer. To be more precise, it's the 1969 Ferrari Dino 246 GT produced by Anson and I want to make a replica of the car used by Tony Curtis in the TV series "The Persuaders." Of course, to do that, I'll have to completely repaint it in orange and will take advantage to add some details on it: I could also take the model produced by Hot Wheels Elite, but because I must completely change it I preferred to focus on a cheaper model, adding the ability to add some transkit to improve the final result. Of course the changes will begin in September and will document step by step as I have always done in the past. So stay tuned ... we will see some good!

Posted by: Fabiano on Fri 8/26/2016 15:3300



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