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The 1/25 RC Cadillac Lowrider Project

Posted by jevries on Saturday, May 7, 2011,


The main focus with this model is to create an authentic looking rear drive setup complete with drive shaft.
I did quite a lot of experimenting to come up with a rear drive setup that works and look good. After looking everywhere on the internet I was not able to find a nice looking universal joint so I had to create one myself using brass.



Trail and error. The micro gear motor with 10:1 gear ratio is the ideal motor for this cruiser. It's small and has lot's of torque and speed.  



I tried diffe...

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Jevries at the 2010 Tokyo Lowrider kick off show

Posted by Jevries on Thursday, March 18, 2010,

Tomorrow I fly out to Japan to be present at the Tokyo Lowrider kick off show in Tokyo on Sunday 21st of March. Hope to meet you there!
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The 1/10 scale '96 Cadillac Fleetwood Big Body

Posted by Jevries on Wednesday, March 17, 2010,

picture by El Volo

I'm obsessed with the '96 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham for many years now and that's the reason why I wanted to create a large scale model of it. 5 years ago I started to build one but I did not prepare myself enough to pull it of. 

 

 A year ago I gave it another shot collecting hundreds of pictures from the internet and with help of my homie Mario Montano from Imperials C.C. in Phoenix who did all the measuring using his own Cadillac Fleetwood.

 
 
I started out using two RC 1/1...
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Creating the 1/24 RC Cadillac Brougham

Posted by Jevries on Monday, February 22, 2010,

 
 Way before I build Real Deal '64 Impala I had this idea in mind to create a full function RC 1/24 miniature lowrider that performs almost every trick and still feature an interior.

  

After I finished Real Deal '64 I started working on the design for the setup that differs from Real Deal because I wanted it to be very solid and pretty maintance free. The front setup is solid enough to make it hop although in this case I left the hopping out since I wanted to build a classic lowrider cru...

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