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Hand-built 1:12 Contiental Mark II

I saw this over at llsoc its a really long thread to read by but the attention to detail is amazing and its quite worth the read imo.

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That is kick ass all the freaking way! Amazing talent on the part of that guy, it's hard to even imagine the work that goes into that!!
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That is kick ass all the freaking way! Amazing talent on the part of that guy, it's hard to even imagine the work that goes into that!!
And the amount of time and patience!

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And the amount of time and patience!
No question! I built the usual plastic models as a kid and didn't have the patience so they would be completed in a matter of hours and usually fall apart shortly thereafter!

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