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Possible new STREET HAWK Model Kit?

Post by hernesson » Sat Jun 30, 2007 2:50 pm

I was wondering about this too actually????

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Post by 2fast4u » Mon Jul 02, 2007 9:02 am

No Ducati, plasticard is not only printer paper...
Here you could find a lot of plasticard: every type have heights different.
http://www.modellismobaracca.com/catalo ... ath=21_150

Plasticard is a plastic paper that you can cut with a cutter to create particular models.
It's a material used only by modellers: for example, these 2 objects was created with plasticard (then painted)
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Possible new STREET HAWK Model Kit?

Post by hernesson » Tue Jul 03, 2007 12:32 pm

Amazing! Plasticard looks like it will do the job alright! :-)

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Post by 2fast4u » Wed Jul 04, 2007 10:54 am

If you want to see some of my jobs, see that I create an air filter with simple plasticard and paperboard.

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AFTER
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This car is the "Traveller", the '69 Dodge Charger used by John Schneider (Bo Duke) in the "Collier & Co." movie (the movie with Rex Smith!!!!)
Yesterday, a picture of my model (not yet finished) was apperead on the official site of "Collier and Co.".
http://www.collierandcomovie.com

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Possible new STREET HAWK Model Kit?

Post by hernesson » Wed Jul 04, 2007 12:24 pm

Hi!

Awesome. You've quite a talent there. I've never heard of plasticard, but it's number of different applications and durability makes it very good to work with.
I look forward to seeing what you can do with Street Hawk. Have you received your Honda model yet? Keep us posted.

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Possible new STREET HAWK Model Kit?

Post by ducati » Thu Jul 05, 2007 4:38 am

Can Plasticard be bent into a certain shape?

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Post by 2fast4u » Thu Jul 05, 2007 8:44 am

Ducati, it depend by the thickness of the plasticard paper. Logically, with 0.25mm paper there is the possibility to bent it. With 0.75mm or 1.00mm it's impossibile to obtain a good bent.
For this reason I will use 0.25mm and 0.50mm for my Street Hawk.

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Post by 2fast4u » Thu Jul 05, 2007 8:45 am

Hi!

Awesome. You've quite a talent there. I've never heard of plasticard, but it's number of different applications and durability makes it very good to work with.
I look forward to seeing what you can do with Street Hawk. Have you received your Honda model yet? Keep us posted.
Yes, yesterday I've received the bike and this evening I will post some pictures.

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Possible new STREET HAWK Model Kit?

Post by ducati » Tue Aug 07, 2007 10:57 am

MPC Streethawk kit update;
Quoting from a section in their website;
Back in 1985 MPC produced a 1:12 scale model kit of the Street Hawk bike incorporating many of the features of the original, now a rare and hard to find kit, also from the series a Mustang driven by Jessie Mach. Click here for details
http://www.moviereplicars.net/enews/mar2007.htm

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Possible new STREET HAWK Model Kit?

Post by ducati » Tue Aug 07, 2007 11:01 am

It seems yet another SH model was made;
Tornado F2 ADV

Hardcastle & McCormick Pick Up

Hardcastle & McCormick Coyote

Streethawk Car

Streethawk Bike

C3PO (Wind Up)

AT-AT (Wind Up)

Scout Walker (Wind Up)

R2-D2 (Wind Up)
http://www.airfixcollector.co.uk/airfix ... gue_re.htm

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