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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
Thank you very much man,your suggestion was very heolpful。We'll try to fix these problems..
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.
Sorry if I'm too blunt, but thought some constructive criticism could be helpful.
Wish you success with this, and I'm eager to see your future offerings.
There's no reason.We painted it green yesterday.Any reason the lug nuts would be chrome......?
We haven't finish the pricing yet.But I can say it's below $250(including the freight).Nice, I wounder how much.
Are you in UK?Like with Taowan the shipping costs to the UK are just too much for me, now if there was someone who stocked these in the UK...
We want to price it $250(including the freight).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). How much, approximately, would it cost?
I can assure you it's proportion is very good.We use the wide angle lens shot to let it looks real.Perhaps side effects is looks a bit out of shape.It's a good looking beast. I don't know if it's perspective, but it seems a bit bob-tailed.
The truth is like this：we pruduced this several yeas ago.But at that time，we only sell our products to the chinese players.Many Rookies comes to us by many yeas past,they don't have the Willys and other vehicles.So we pruduce some more willys to let the rookies play,so we just produced 100 of that.At the same time we want to try to sell our products to the new players in the United States,I believe that they doesn't have one also.That's the reason.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.
Thanks for your encouragementthis is really cool!! can't wait till there for sale.
Thank you.The HUMVEEs are painting now.Awesome!!! Come on Go Truck! We want the humvee!!!
There's manything else in 2016.We won't let down.I promise that.Now that's funny! Awesome....but we want something else.......:lol
I'm contacting with the retailers in US，when we are sure about the packing and shipping details，I believe there will be some shopping links of the Willys MB comes out.Any chance one could buy the motor for the Willys from you? I'm sure many would also like to get the motor besides me
HAHA，It's real metal.When you hold it, you'll feel the cold from touching it.At that time,you'll konw that!:nananaWowzee!!! AT $250 including freight?! If I collected WWII I would be all over this!! Now I am concerned whether it is made of metal or plastic...
We repaint the nuts in green these days.That won't be a problem from now on.Very. very nice. For me, the light up feature would be redundant. I could do without the wires and battery compartment. And the wheel nuts would be much better in a non brassy/shiny finish. Other than that it's a might fine looking ride.
That's a great idea.We've thought about TUNDRA.I trust I can finally find the suitable type to produce. Waiting for it.you should make a 1990s Toyota pickup that would be great!!
We will produce a SUV,but can't tell you which type it is now.:nanana:agree
I'd love to see someone make some quality non military off road vehicles. Something more modern like a Land Rover or even a full size pickup or SUV. Of course, doors become a problem then.
One of these kinds will show up in 2016.Yes, some kind of generic looking 1990's Toyota sized pick up. :agree
not 1/4 scale.The scale of it is still 1/6.For a second there, I thought it said 1/4 scale. Holy jeebs, where would you put that??
Can you let me see the picture?We are just started to marketing from last month.is this jeep from the same manufacturer as the ambulance jeep which was announced a while ago on the caltek facebook page?
Monkey Depot - Boxed Vehicle: CalTek 1/6 WWII Metal US Army Ambulance Jeep
if so what happend to the A-jeep?