A big part of the fun of building static car models is putting the finished models up for display.
At the beginning of modeling, it may seem that the most simple and convenient solution is to simply put the finished models on the shelf. It is beautiful, all the elements and details are easily visible, but this option is not convenient.
The first disadvantage of this option is insecurity. A plastic car model or resin car model is a fragile creature and one wrong gesture or a wave of a hand or a tail (in the event that a cat lives in your house) can destroy a month's work in one second. If the model falls and crashes, your grief will not stop.
The second disadvantage of this method of storage and display is that after a month or two, your car model will be covered with a layer of dust. The bright rays of the sun also do not spare the colours of your car model and after a few months they will fade.
Fortunately, there is an optimal solution. These are mini showcases for your scale models.
Showcases serve a dual purpose: they do not only organize your car models in one place, creating a nice aesthetic in your space, but they also protect them. Here is one of the best ways to display your car models:
Length: 364mm (14-1/3")
Width: 186mm (7-1/3")
Height: 121mm (4-4/5")
Dust resistant crystal clear dome.
This display is a great way to showcase your car models. The model you have chosen is installed on the surface of the plastic base. For this base, you can independently design an author's base that will emphasize the style, brand, and may even contain a description of the technical characteristics of the car model.
See how our Pasquale does it for his cars.
The transparent display surface provides a 360-degree view of your vehicle model so viewers can appreciate every inch.