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Ford Mustang GT - Death Race Paper Model

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This amazing model car paper model template was submitted by Deák Gál Laci from Hungary. The car is from the movie Death Race (2006) called the Monster, owned by a driver named Frankenstein. It is a heavily modified Ford Mustang GT equipped with two gatling gun mounted on top of the hood. The texture of this model is amazing, I like it a lot. It gives a sense of scale and realism. By looking at its 8 pages of patterns, this paper model is not for beginner. There are many small and very small parts that have to handle with special care, skill and precision. Deák also made the assembly instructions available in PDF.

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Yellow Smart Cabrio Paper Model

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This model is simply a recolor version of the previous Smart Cabrio with light blue color. The differences are the L shape profile on each side is now colored black. Also front window frame, seats also repaint in black. The dashboard and side door panel colored in black with yellow. Racing stripes also added, to the front hood and the back of the car. The wheel also changed. The templates is added one page for left steer version of dashboard. The scale is 1/16, the templates consist of 10 pages of patterns.

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Mercedes Benz Smart Cabrio Paper Model

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This model as I may say is the first detailed paper model of a car that I ever made. I was inspired to make this cute mini car when I was playing a game in my Galaxy tab inside a toilet and I saw a shampoo product advertisement which feature this Mercedes Benz Smart Fortwo car as the main prize. Then I searched on Google about this car and decided to make the model. If you have build some of Paper Replika models you should say this model is quite simple. All the detailed texture make this model looks complicated but I believe it is not. If you follow the instructions orderly, you will have no problem building it. At first I make this model in 1/24 scale but on the second thought I changed it to 1/16.

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