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Old 04-18-2010, 03:27 PM
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Default Lada Niva 1/10 Artesanal (From Spain)

Hello friends, today I would like to introduce a great job , which takes 4 months working on this project every day an average of 3 to 4 hours, as he has a Lada Niva 1 / 1, wanted to produce it in 1 / 10 with the same details that great, if you want to know more details of this project you can see them at:



I leave you a summary of the work done so far.

This is a original Niva 1/1



The proyect begins.





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The materials used are polypropylene and solvent, based on levels scaled to 1 / 10.







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very very nicely done!!!!!
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very very nicely done!!!!!
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Good to finally see the Niva on this forum, keep on going!
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The materials used are polypropylene white 5mm thick and molded cutter and solvent to be allowed to dry in order to shape a griddle.







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Thanks for your comments, which shall forward them to Estonova, since it is a 100x100 setting value, but go with the traditional brass chassis.







The driver's window is fully functional, as it is operated with a gear and climb down from the handle.

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Axial mechanics is both axles as the trany.







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We must replace the trany situation in order to install the seats and any interior.





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Now for the color red is like version 1 / 1.





These are the seats and headlights



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And today we have no more progress, as I spend more photos Estonova update the project, the car is running beautiful, here you can see the front and rear bumpers, in addition to the roof rack.





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wow... epic skills there
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Truly awesome build!!!
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i think this is one of my favorite builds on here .. top top build
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Awesome work!
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very nice!
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im gonna fill their tires with diarhea....and litter the street with tacks.kick back and enjoy the show....that will show em!
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