Here is a list of “Future Builds”.
Maybe you already know the jokes about people who build scale models. Or the pictures from people who are collecting loads of kits. With the intention, to build them. When? No one really knows.
Here I would just like to show the kits that I have and still need to build. For now, this is in random order and I am not sure which model I will build next. We will see.
If you would like to see a list of all the models I have or that are already built, then check out the “Model List“.
Right now, I am not sure if I will keep this page or not. Because there is already a Model List on which you can see, what I have in inventory, or what is already built. I am thinking of turning this page into a page, where you can see the box art and the finished model. We will wait and see what I will decide.
Ford Mustang, Scale 1:14, from Lego.
Some spec. of this model. This one is different from the other models because it is a model from Lego. It will be 34cm long, it has 1471 parts.
Porsche 911 Turbo/Targa, Scale 1:14, from Lego
Some specs of this model. This is a model from Lego. Model number 10295, has 1458 parts and will be 35cm long. This is a 2-in-1 model. This means that you can decide which model you would like to make. It will be a Porsche 911 Turbo, or a Porsche 911 Targa.
Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental (1939), Scale 1:16, from Revell.
Some specs. for this kit. It is 34.5cm long and has a skill level of 5.
Kenworth T600, Scale 1:32, from Revell.
Some specs. for this kit. It’s 25,6cm long and has 61 parts and has a skill level of 3. (This model is just built, you can see the post in Blog/Builds)
Ferrari California (closed top), Scale 1:24, from Revell.
Some specs. for this kit. It is 19.2cm long and has 115 parts and has a skill level of 3
Ferrari Dino 246GT, Scale 1:24, from Revell (Premium).
This kit is of some sentimental value to me. I got this kit for my birthday, somewhere in the 80s or 90s. I got this from my mother (who passed away on March 3, 2021, due to COVID19)