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can't tell you right now.I need to know the accurate freight at first，because we are a chinese brand.woh,how much
Agreed with the wires - they can't be seen. But regarding the tires, I think they look fine; a little hard pumped perhaps, but not bad..
Very nice except for a few things... 1. Hopefully the production examples will have the wiring for the headlights hidden, and not dangling beneath the vehicle, and 2. the wheels and tire look terrible, very toy like.
Any reason the lug nuts would be chrome......?
That is what I was thinking... Why would it be in chrome and it looks like they would need a very large monkey wrench to pull these off...Looks great (except for the tires- they really need to be fixed. The hubs look wrong, the lug nuts look giant, the tire size seems all wrong, etc).
Because it's easier, and cheaper, to do something that has already been researched, developed and produced....just buy the other guy's plastic model, which is already good, and use it to tool up for your own attempt....make a few things different, so you won't be accused of pure copying, and voila, you have a model that you can sell as your own, for many times what your pattern cost.....The Jeep does look fine but the big question is why make one in the first place when Dragon Models made a really nice one not too long ago? I will never understand why make a vehicle if someone else has already made one when there are other vehicles that could still be made. Hope that this goes well for you but how about something not already done