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Old 05-29-2010, 07:24 AM   #1
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street supra

so im gonna try to make a replica of a supra that i designed for a comic book i occasionally draw from time to time





debating using the rear bumper or sticking to the actual design,if i do i will make a 3 point strut bar as a "rear bumper" and mount the license plate to that


cut some vents into the front fender and molded in some round fender flares,also made the step lip deep dish,need to work on it some more



car has no hood in comic so i will stick to that idea,has a ridox inspired front bumper


and heres a test fit of the engine and homeade turbo,wanna try and fit a v mount setup for the intercooler
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Old 05-29-2010, 02:53 PM   #2
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Hi,this itīs nice, but It needs so much work still
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Interested I am. Subscribe to this I will
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thnx guys

heres some more progress




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that thing is the business
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Re: street supra

thnx lownslow,im trying this time around,so i had a fairly productive night




heres the racing seat painted up ,with a japanese sakura/cherry blossom paint scheme,tryed to duplicate some rare bride racing seats from back in the days but i couldnt find what they were called?little help would be appreciated





heres a mock-up with the boso style exhaust,rear diffuser,differential cooler and wing




painted engine,added oil feed line,turbo funnel,oil catch can



underbody,exhaust piping done and rear mounted differential cooler and one line done

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Old 06-03-2010, 02:05 AM   #7
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Nice mural on the seats!
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Re: street supra

interior is pretty much done and here it is, oil cooler and radiateor from another supra,fans from a eclipse








body is getting there,gonna paint at work on monday ,color is a mix of purple pearl,candy red,red flakes,and the sonic blue from my s15

heres the wing,3rd brake light from a s15 silvia



and here it is some what together











and the "shooting star" side view mirrors




still got a bunch of work to do on it.hopefully one last update of it being done
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The interior looks really Drifty (excuse my english) but I thing you might need to work on the lips a bit more, I'm not trying to offend you!
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the rear? or front? i know theres a bit of a crack in the front so i gotta do that. The rear was made with intention of not using the bumper,but i think i will,so now it doesnt match up too well....
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That's gonna be quite an original supra, not the one I would have done but at least it's not everybody's one.
Don't mean to offend you but you should really find a solution to make these wheel lips "round", the gap and the crappy form really kills all the good work you made on the rest of the car. This excepted, the rest of the scratchbuiling you made looks very nice.

I'm looking forward to see it finished.
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thnx ,and dont worry i agree they are crappy, ive tried a few differtent things and so far this is the result,i dont wanna slice up other wheels,partially cuz i done have any,still experimenting,any tips will be usefull,i wanna keep them scratchbuilt for the most part so i'll be able to do it when neccicary later down the road.
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the rear? or front? i know theres a bit of a crack in the front so i gotta do that. The rear was made with intention of not using the bumper,but i think i will,so now it doesnt match up too well....
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That's gonna be quite an original supra, not the one I would have done but at least it's not everybody's one.
Don't mean to offend you but you should really find a solution to make these wheel lips "round", the gap and the crappy form really kills all the good work you made on the rest of the car. This excepted, the rest of the scratchbuiling you made looks very nice.

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thnx ,and dont worry i agree they are crappy, ive tried a few differtent things and so far this is the result,i dont wanna slice up other wheels,partially cuz i done have any,still experimenting,any tips will be usefull,i wanna keep them scratchbuilt for the most part so i'll be able to do it when neccicary later down the road.
Sorry, should have put wheel lips!
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Re: street supra

I like the seat mural. I agree about the wheels. Sometimes you can use water bottle caps or other cylindrical items the same diameter as the wheel...slice a portion off a portion and glue it to the front of the rim.

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Old 06-07-2010, 07:14 PM   #15
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dont worry,still working on the wheels,just finished paint and throwing it together,stuill needs some touch-up,bit burnt out on it.i hat the finishing process of modeling ,that where i always rush and fuck up








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