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  • Custom Action Man Land Rover

    Somekindamonster Truck by Blonde Actionman, on Flickr
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    Last edited by Blondeactionman; 05-02-2018, 10:54 AM.
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    I remember seeing this a while back, it's a brilliant custom job on a completely wrecked and dead Action Man Land Rover, you've done an amazing job in bringing it back to life, well done Dal.
    Fall in A, fall in B, fall in all the company!

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    • #3

      Originally posted by amwic View Post
      I remember seeing this a while back, it's a brilliant custom job on a completely wrecked and dead Action Man Land Rover, you've done an amazing job in bringing it back to life, well done Dal.
      Thanks Clive! to date it is still my one and only vehicle restoration/custom. It was very frustrating at times! but it all paid off in the end. I am pleased to report that four years down the line and its still in one piece!

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      • #4

        Wow! That was amazing! Great work! Things like this are very inspiring... I have a 5star Jeep that I got years ago that was broken in half, I fixed it, but nothing like what you have there! I’m amazed at your workmanship...

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        • #5

          Originally posted by Grifman View Post
          Wow! That was amazing! Great work! Things like this are very inspiring... I have a 5star Jeep that I got years ago that was broken in half, I fixed it, but nothing like what you have there! I’m amazed at your workmanship...
          Thanks so much I am really pleased you enjoyed it . The plasti-card I used is an easy material to use and you an buy it in a range of thickness, so I just matched it too the Landy's original thickness. It was a friend of mine who told me about it, and said I should give it a try. I would offer the same advice, give it a try, you will be amazed at your results

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          • #6

            Awesome job!! I love it. I always like seeing the restoration process and how something so broken, can be brought back to life.

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            • #7

              Originally posted by Aiwaloki View Post
              Awesome job!! I love it. I always like seeing the restoration process and how something so broken, can be brought back to life.
              Thanks! it was a fun project, wasn't sure it would work at the beginning tho, lol!

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