Many of our customers use our LEDs to create stunning effects in movie-inspired scale models. This model was assembled and lit by Shawn Daniels, who went the extra mile with his model with Evan Designs LEDs. "Super easy and the effect turned out way better than I thought. Thanks for everything. The LEDs strobe inside and rear of the car, looks really great."
Cruisers Lit Up!
These cruisers, assembled by Chris Mize, use 3mm flashing LEDs in a variety of colors. Many diecast enthusiasts use our LEDs to create this attention-grabbing effect!
This project was a challenge, but Bill Lowe tackled it with finesse! This model uses 26 Evan Designs LEDs to fully light the interior and exterior.
Seagrave K Pumper
15 LEDs fill this firetruck from Bill Lowe, who brought this scale model to life using Evan Designs LEDs.
Peterbilt 335 Snowplow
Bill Lowe is back with another creation: a custom-lit Peterbilt snowplow. Using 25 different Evan Designs LEDs, Bill expertly lit this model!
This cute cool car by Raul uses Evan Designs LEDs for the head and tail lights.
French Fire Station
Nicolas D. shared his fire station setup, lit with Evan Designs LEDs. The variety of sizes and colors shows how different LEDs can create a bright and exciting scene.
Jeri shared a photo of his van ready for a day on the beach! These warm white LEDs bring the van to life from the inside out.
Blues Brothers Bluesmobile
Evan Designs customer Christopher recreated the Bluesmobile in the Blues Brothers movie using Evan Designs LEDs. This warm white headlight shows how bright and true-to-temperature our bulb-style LEDs are.
"I'm fascinated by the styling of this unusual diecast." So are we, Bill! This unique model incorporates six Evan Designs LEDs to create a super-finished effect.
Custom-Lit Peterbilt 389
Bill Lowe uses Evan Desgins LEDs to light tractor trailers and other vehicles for his clients, and we are proud to supply him with our LEDs. This model will join others that he has built in the front office of a landscaping company.
Shawn Schulz shared his latest project: a tractor trailer featuring Evan Designs' 3-volt LEDs. As you can see, our compact power supplies can be easily hidden in your project!
Custom Lighted 1/24th Batmobile
Not everything I light is for O-gauge railroads. This larger scale Batmobile is now on a shelf at the owner's home.
Wig-wag lights in police cars
I Installed LED lighting in 1:18 scale police cars. Wig-wag lights
Lights are all great
Lights are all great. Figured I would show you the end result. I ended up using a 1S Lipo which only has 4.2V but they look great. The 7.2v 2S batteries are a bit heavier so this one works great and weighs nothing.
Model car sync flash
Truck Model with LEDs
Just wanted to let you see how the truck turned out, thank you for all you help David Newbold
Custom Lighted Greyhound Silversides
For my money, this is the best Greyhound diecast out there, at least within my meager price range!
Undercover Police Car LED Kit
Hi Shelly. The light kit arrived last week and I've since installed it. I just wanted to say thanks for a great kit. I even managed to get it into a 1/24 instead of a 1/18 model car. Thanks so much!
RC Tank Night Combat Experienced
Angles of a police car
Hello, I wanted to send you the video of the Charger police, all done, with its markings, all thanks to you and the great customer service
Enjoy the video
With all Evan Design lighting....of course.
Hi Dave, hi Shelly. Hope you get the video. I put 30 lights, (22 pico & 8 nano), on the tractor, and 4 lights each on the cart,and the planter.
A Car lit up with Evan Design's LED
My order arrived today. Thanks for taking care of me. I sent a pic of a car I lit up with your LEDs. feel free to use it on your web site.
IDT RC with Pico LED
My 1:24th scale IDT RC with Pico LED head and tail lights
Atomic BZ lights using the Nano LED's
My 1:27th scale Atomic BZ with head and tail lights using the Nano LED's.
Custom Lighted RailKing Fire Station
As with all the RailKing operating accessories, this was very poorly lighted with those tiny Christmas tree bulbs. Evan Designs LEDs punch out the lighted windows and even allowed lighting of the truck. Could be the only one of these with the truck lighted! -- Bill Lowe --
Custom Lighted Dr Pepper Tractor Trailer
I picked up this tractor and trailer as separate units at a train show for all of 4 bucks! The trailer was already painted the color you see here and that led to the making of the Dr. Pepper decals for it and for the cab.
Custom Lighted Sunoco gas tanker
While I don't usually do plastic vehicles, an exception was made because this was the closest match to what the client requested.
Custom Lighted Mack C Rescue Truck
First of these I have done. Presented an opportunity to use a whole bunch of LEDs!
Custom Lighted American Lafrance Aerial Ladder Rochester
Being from Rochester, NY, I was happy to acquire and light this diecast knowing that it would quickly find its way to someone's train layout here in Western New York. It was gone within 30-minutes at the first train show where it was displayed!
1/43 POLICE: Nevada Highway Patrol slick top SUV with leds
Coca-Cola bus and trailer
A sure attention-getter on any O gauge model rail layout!
Got this diecast at a ridiculously low price...just in the right place at the right time!
McDonough County police
Got the MCSO decals from Kevin and finished my utility. Real pics by me thanks to the deputy for his assistance. I added leds to the rear and front windows, head and tail lights. Real unit has strobes on sides. I also updated the look with decals for the front to make it more 2016 looking.
Silverado pickup truck
1/24 Chevy Silverado for an Oklahoma Game Warden truck with leds. Thanks Will for order and unit will ship soon. Leds added to light bar, head and tail lights. I added a tool box over the battery housing unit.
I have made a few purchases in the past and I have always been satisfied with the products I've received. Recently, I purchased several flashing PICO LEDS (red, white and blue) that I installed in a 1/43 Amtrak Police Car light bar. The effect is better than expected. However, in order to install the "wiring harness" (all the little wires twisted together to represent a trunk wire) through the roof of the cruiser, I will have to remove the shrink tube and de-solder the wires leading to the chips from the flasher and resistor circuit in order to drill the smallest hole that will accept my "wiring harness". There is a total of 6 PICO LEDs in the light bar. My question is this. Would it be possible to purchase an order of flashing PICO LEDs with the chip wires NOT soldered to the flashing circuit and resistor? Whereas, all I would have to do is install the PICO LEDs where needed, thread the tiny wires through the appropriate size hole(s), solder the wires to the flasher circuit and apply the shrink tube. Sort of a "Kit" style configuration if you will. Of course, I will take FULL responsibility for any damage that may occur as a result of improper assembly of the aforementioned "Kit" configuration (sometimes experimentation produces collateral damage). This would reduce the amount of time necessary to disassemble and then re-assemble the PICO LED flashers in order to use them for my particular applications. Anything you can do to help will be greatly appreciated.
Chief of Police (Retired)
Border patrol car
lit Augustin's CBP ford by Motormax. Leds added to the head lights/tail lights, center front window, rear deck. Thanks for looking