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Thread: Mitsubishi Pajero L040 - built very differently

  1. #11
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    Here are the next steps

    Metal fender







    Screwed to the chassis



    New tail lights - originaly from the Dickie Unimog U300



    A new board for the instruments



    My handmade gear lever









    Stay tuned

  2. #12
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    Some clever work! I love the little details like the shifters!
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    Quote Originally Posted by delux View Post
    Some clever work! I love the little details like the shifters!
    Thank you

    I like to do it as easy as possible because my skills are limited

    Here are the next steps.

    Mud flaps - as long as possible









    Dashboard details and new hand brake lever







    New diffusing discs



    And pimped tail lights



    Stay tuned

  4. #14
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    Wow very nice!!!

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    Thank you

    Here are the next steps

    I openend the hood but underneath it was empty


    That´s better





    Then I closed the hole in the hood in a simple way





    Magnets to keep the hood closed



    New windows made of acrylic glass (they were glued in later)





    Primer



    Paint







    Flat black at the interior



    Some brushstrokes later







    Stay tuned

  6. #16
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    More details



    New mirrors









    SMD´s in the tail lights







    New inner fenders









    Painted all flat black



    Self made windshield wiper







    And a new trailer hitch



    Stay tuned

  7. #17
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    Love the mirror brackets.

    Wes

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    An honest work truck, congrats

  9. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by brazwewn View Post
    Love the mirror brackets.

    Wes
    Thank you. As so often, they were my first attempt to build it by myself

    Quote Originally Posted by cooper View Post
    An honest work truck, congrats
    Pure intention I wanted to build a realistic vehicle, as you could see on the road

    Here my current last steps

    Some rust









    And the current total view













    I hope you like it

  10. #20
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    Nice work, loving all the little details, truly outstanding!

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