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I was just wondering is it possible to buy a right hand drive dashs etc for 1:18 rally model cars ? like for WRC Subarus Focus's etc ?
 

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Mark Lowe is the conversion king-I am currently working on converting a 1/18 M3 dash to RHD for Bertie Fishers car and it is not going to be easy.

[Edited on 4-1-2006 by rubywax]
 

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Heres my LHD to RHD conversion on the 1/43 Subaru WRC model.

From the one on the left I have made the Right one look like a "Flocked" dash

I first started this conversion job for KMD Models when I converted the Fisher and McHale M3's, the Boland Escort WRC dash and the James Cullen Sierra dash



At the moment I dont have time to do much more with getting my new house ready to move in plus finishing all my other models off but if you take your time you can do the job good.

If you want any help let me know

[Edited on 6-1-2006 by m.lowe]
 

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Mark do you want a snaglist check sheet for the new house?

See my website:

www.snaglists.ie When is the house ready-I am travelling to the UK in the next few weeks-could do the snagl list for you.

My Route will be

Holyhead-Birmingham-Stratford-Oxford-London-Maidstone-Redhill-Southampton-Lymington-Poole-Oxford-Holyhead.

[Edited on 7-1-2006 by rubywax]
 

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I have the house now and it will be ready in the next couple of weeks
Thanks Rory for the offer but I have a brother whos an electrician and has just re done all the heating system aswell and another brother doing all the painting, re doing floorboards and other jobs plus my parents have helped no end.

I just end up passing money out for things that need buying:roll:
 

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Need a bit of advice - i have built a few 1:24 models before , but i bought a 1:18 Burns 206 Monte Carlo from 2003 but i now have The Marlboro decals to put on - I asume it is still the easiest to dip them in water first so they come off easily and put them on the car with a tweezers etc ?:dunno:
 
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