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Gaslands Cars

I spent this week painting and kit-bashing a dozen cars as a sort of starter set to try out Gaslands. I got to try out some Dremel tool bits I hadn’t used before to cut up some old mini’s for guns/bits.

My base cars came from these two matchbox car sets:







After gluing on the bits and pieces, I taped up the portions of windows I wanted to keep and hit them all with spray-paint base coats. For the ones that I wanted to keep the matchbox paint job I used clear matte finish to cut the shininess. For the others, they got a mix of black and silver spray-paint to get a bare-metal look.

Painting up gaslands cars is easy an fun! If you slightly muss up the paint job, who cares! Having the freedom to make mistakes means that I got to play around until I got my cars looking great.

To round out my “starter set” I grabbed color templates from the gaslands forums. With some spray adhesive and left-over cardstock from used up notepads from work, I created cardstock driving templates, tokens, and cards.

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