Tag Archives: Ford
If you’re thinking: “Hey, he’s never done a biplane before, that’s cool! Something new!”, well, you’re wrong. I do have biplanes, and I’ll get to them eventually, but this is not the day. However, I am talking about a very unusual and hard to find kit, and that is a Tamiya kit that has a […]
The sad truth is that humans are adaptable. Why is this sad? Well, it means that we can come to terms with, and even embrace, situations and/or environments that may be significantly sub-optimal. And, let’s face it, not much screams “sub-optimal” louder and with less taste than the Automotive Dark Ages. A perfect case in […]
While it never replaced the Mustang, the Ford Probe GT, first issued in 1989, was a popular sporty car that did well for Ford and gave people something fun and a bit futuristic to toot around in. With a turbocharged engine and smooth lines, the Probe GT was well-suited to takeon its rivals like Daytonas […]
They say you can’t put lipstick on a pig, but it seems that putting stripes on a horse is a totally different thing! To cash in on cash-strapped would-be Vanners in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Ford did just that, and created the Pinto Cruising Wagon! Not surprisingly, MPC kitted the 1980 version, but […]
After that, you’re free to knock it around as much as you want! Check out the ancient (and best left forgotten) 1/72 Airfix Ford 5-AT Trimotor, painted up as the one impressed by the RAF in 1940!
Okay, so one EXP is just NOT ENOUGH. So, in order to slake the EXP-lust of the nations, I present to you my build of the MPC EXP in 1/25. Check it out, and be glad that these times have passed us by.
It seems fit to put up the first car I built as my first car review, right? If you like weird 1980’s styling and absolute motoring mediocrity, you’ll love the 1/32 EXP!