Apr 24, 2012
Outstanding! I'll be ordering more of your vehicles soon.
Thanks, John! ;-)
Here's the latest addition to my list of Z scale vehicles:
1961 Chevy Apache Panel truck.
More vehicles to come!
Very nice. Very nice indeed.
This one was started yesterday.
Keep making them Joao, Z scale needs all the vehicles, (good quality) we can get our hands on.
Thank you for helping to fill the many voids of Z scale.
Slowly Z grows.........
Thank you guys! ;-)
I'm very happy to know that you like it.
Very nice work!
I would like to get a few of these. Where can I order them at? Is their a Dealer in the USA?
WOW a milk delivery truck!!! Outstanding! You are making it difficult for my savings to keep up with your production!
I'm auctioning some of my Z scale dioramas on ebay. Here's the link if somebody is interested:
Projects for 2013
I started a few months ago a training course of aircraft production which takes me great part of my time. So, that means, my scale model production is even slower... But that doesn't mean I will stop...
I have an ambitious list of models I'd like to build in the new year that comes.
These are the Z scale vehicle projects for 2013:
- 1959 Chevy El Camino;
- 1961 Chevy Apache pickup;
- 1961-67 Ford Econoline van;
- 1959 Ford Fairlane;
- 1961 Ford Thunderbird;
- 40's - 50's Divco milk delivery truck;
- 1961 Plymouth Sport Suburban station wagon;
- 1961 Plymouth Fury;
- 40's - 50's Willys Jeep station wagon;
- 1950 White 3000 beverage truck;
- 1950 White 3000 box truck;
- Ford 'C' Series semi-tractor;
- 1961 International Travelall wagon;
- 1963/64 Jeep Wagoneer.
All the Best,
Lot of work here, but still working on Z.
Here are the newer prototypes. Hope you like.
All the Best,
Fantastic!!! I'll contact you off line and order a painted version of each one.
Excellent choices. You make 'em, we buy 'em !
I want those!
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Thanks guys. Glad to know that you liked.
More projects on the way. Next are Ford COE tractor, 1959 El Camino and White 3000 bottlers truck.
Finally on holidays after a busy year. Now, time is on my side.
New models are about to come. But this time, they are not just cars and trucks.
Some time ago I started an experimental project. Something different. A boat, this time. Finished recently. And here's the result:
85ft Harbor tugboat (WWII Army ST type)
What do you think?
I love boats, but I never have ventured on making a boat more seriously. Although it's just waterlined not full hull...
Well Joao, I sure can't think of anyone who is going to complain in any way shape or form. Very nice work. Will these be cast resin as one piece or several pieces for a kit type?
Thank you, Loren. They will be one-piece cast resin. I'll offer them unpainted.
Despite being not included, many other details can be added such tires, fenders, handrails or masts.
I'll confess myself, photo-etched parts are still new to me, a new world to discover...
One of the nice aspects to modeling in Z is that you can take a very simple no frills design and add as much detail to it as you wish. Kind of like entry level and fully loaded. Thank you for bring this item to the Z community.