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My Prize from Design Competition #5

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So my prize arrived in time for my birthday, which is pretty sweet. The model is just awesome. Amazing detail. From the head and tail light elements which replicate the elements of the real car to the badge, molded "viper" on the rear bumper. Painted coolant overflow tank, wires, wipers, brake calipers and rotors, chrome exhaust tips and even real carpet. The seatbelt buckles are even chromed and the detail inside is so good I can tell that it has an RBQ stereo. Even the underside gets detailing, with molded and silver painted control arms, exhaust, and plates. I love it! Thanks Drew! For anyone thinking about entering the next competition, prizes like this are a real motivator. :D

Also took some photos with my old Viper GTS model I've had for many years. The difference in quality and detail really shows. Both are awesome just the same. 8)
























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Dude, that looks sick. I need to try and find an SRT10 coupe somewhere. I have two roadsters already (Proto version by ERTL, and production version by Maisto) as well as a Blue/White '96-ish GTS just like the one you have (But it's by Bburago, and it's falling apart lol)

So when are we having #6? I'm ready for it.

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Some of these models can be down right detailed anymore.

I have a number of Exoto Can Am Cars various Chaparral and 917 Porsche models and they are amazingly detailed to some very small things most could not imagine. Even the dash panels have all the wires to the gauges.


This Viper is nicely done.

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