A Movie Made With Models
In the summer of 1971, 15-year old Steve Mirabelli and his friend combined their collections of scratch built NASCAR models – and made a movie.
“I built a 1/2 mile speedway set in my basement” Mirabelli wrote.
“I filmed the piece with an old Brownie 8mm home movie camera exposing one frame at a time moving the cars between frames. This short film took 2 months to complete.”
Now that’s dedication!
Build Diary – 1965 Honda RA272 (Tamiya, 1:20)
The RA272 was Honda’s first Formula One race winner, Richie Ginther taking victory at the 1965 Mexican Grand Prix. This is how I built Tamiya’s 1:20 scale version.
Build Diary – 1991 Ferrari 643 (Rosso, 1:43)
Having done a couple of Tamiya kits in a row, it was time to doRead More