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Ford-T van from ICM - imodeller.storeFord-T van from ICM -
Rolls-Royce 1914 British armored car (Meng) - imodeller.storeRolls-Royce 1914 British armored car (Meng) -
FWD Type B (ICM) - imodeller.storeFWD Type B (ICM) -
Ford-T fire engine - imodeller.storeFord-T fire engine -
Standart b "Liberty" by ICM - imodeller.storeStandart b "Liberty" by ICM -
Ford-T speedster from ICM (1:24) - imodeller.storeFord-T speedster from ICM (1:24) -
Ford-T LCP - imodeller.storeFord-T LCP -
Ford-T Sanitarian - imodeller.storeFord-T Sanitarian -
3 Buckets (10 Liters), Scale 1:35 -
Hoods for Mercedes-Benz 320 (Type 142) -
Mersedes-Benz 320 (W 142) -
EU car signs produced by TPO Microdesign 1/72 -
Opel Cadett 1938 (ICM) - imodeller.storeOpel Cadett 1938 (ICM) -
Ford-T Rogster (ICM) -
Ford T Tyring (ICM) -
Car numbers of the Russian Federation 1.24 (decal) -
Leyland Retriever General Service (ICM) - imodeller.storeLeyland Retriever General Service (ICM) -
Shantsery tool -
Ford T Fire Truck (ICM) - imodeller.storeFord T Fire Truck (ICM) -
W.O.T/ 6/8 (ICM) - imodeller.storeW.O.T/ 6/8 (ICM) -
Renault AG1 Marne Taxi from ICM - imodeller.storeRenault AG1 Marne Taxi from ICM -
Ford-T Utility - imodeller.storeFord-T Utility -

Scale Models Cars Parts

Scale model car parts can be broadly categorized into two main types:

  1. Kit Parts: These are the parts that come included in a model car kit. They are typically made of plastic and represent the major components of the car, such as the body, chassis, wheels, engine, and interior.
  2. Detail Parts: These are optional parts that can be used to add extra realism and detail to a model car. They are available in a wide variety of materials, including resin, metal, photo-etched metal, and rubber. Here's a breakdown of some common types of detail parts:
  • Car Decals: These are thin sheets of adhesive-backed plastic that replicate markings like logos, emblems, and license plates found on real cars.
  • Car Exterior Details: These include parts like mirrors, door handles, spoilers, antennas, windshields, and wiper blades.
  • Car Interior Details: These include parts like seats, dashboards, steering wheels, pedals, and gear shifters.
  • Wheels and Tires: Replacement or upgraded wheels and tires can add a more realistic or custom look to your model.
  • Engine, Wiring, Hoses: Highly detailed engine parts can be added for a realistic look under the hood.
  • Photo-etched Parts: These are very thin sheets of metal with intricate details that can be used to replicate things like grilles, vents, and exhaust pipes.

When choosing detail parts, it's important to consider the scale of your model car. Parts should be designed for the specific scale you're working with to ensure they look proportional.