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Old 02-15-2019, 12:30 PM   #1
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Nissan R35 GT-R Liberty Walk v1.0

Here's my new project. The wellknown Aoshima R35 GT-R with Liberty Walk bodykit.

I'm going for a OOB build, but will change the colors for my personal taste.





After removing some plastic from the wheelarches, I glued the bodykit in place. After that I sanded the body and scribed out the panellines. Now it was time for paint.




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Re: Nissan R35 GT-R Liberty Walk v1.0

Meanwhile the decals are in place and I added Scale Production carbon decals on some parts. After that I clearcoated the body with Zero 2K Diamond.









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Re: Nissan R35 GT-R Liberty Walk v1.0

Looks awesome!
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Meanwhile the chassis is done. I added a blue trim around the wheels. The exhaust is painted with different shaded of Alclad metal paints.








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Re: Nissan R35 GT-R Liberty Walk v1.0

Fantastic work so far!!
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Re: Nissan R35 GT-R Liberty Walk v1.0

Interior is also completed. Nothing special. Only added carbon on the backside of the seats.









I also completed the body. I painted the black areas and added all the clearparts.








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Very Nice!
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