I added leds to a 1/32 scale SFPD k-9 tahoe. Leds are random flashing. Thanks for looking.
Studebaker Golden Hawk
I've always liked the kinda quirky styling of these cars from my youth! Hard to find this one in this color at a reasonable price. SMD warm white headlights and Pico chip reds for tail lights. Drilling out the tail light openings was tricky!
A dog and a truck
Been itching to get this done and here it is...a custom-made scenario for any model rail layout! Quite a bit of thought and work went into this very small space!
Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
Always on the look-out for unusual vehicles to offer for use on model rail layouts. Got this seldom-seen little guy as part of a 9-car lot.
Chrysler Town & Country oldtimer
My latest lesson in "not-all-diecasts-are-built-the-same!" Almost every one I tackle turns out being unique in its own sometimes-frustrating way.
Awesome police car
Hello, just wanted to share my project with yah to show off your LED's and how awesome they look!
Lights on police car
Hi guys, just wanted to share another couple projects I've done with your LED's. Thank you!
NY State police cruiser
The video tells the tale. Toughest part on this on is first drilling the holes for tail lights, then getting the lenses as near to authentic as possible.
Scratchy old Porsche
Old Porsche makes great use of our 3mm warm white in the headlights! Great deal on this car, only $500!
Chevrolet taxi car
Getting ready for the Fall and Winter train shows in Western New york by completing this fairly rare Solido diecast.
Eight classic cars
Evan Designs LED lighting added to eight cars handed to me by a long-time customer. All are wired for use on an O-gauge model railroad layout. Would not have been nearly as easy without the great array of LED sizes and types from Evan Designs!
one of four diecasts handed me by a customer. It was lighted to his specifications although tail lights were just not feasible due to the way this diecast is made.
Ford ambulance vehicle
Part of a four vehicle order. A bit different from the ambulances in my stock. This one was already owned by the customer.
Police car presentation
Had a second and wanted to forward a video of my latest personal build. Its my patrol car with my new police department. Thought you'd like to see where 50+ of your LEDs (and siren, although not demonstrated) went!
Civil defence truck
Thank goodness for the Evan Designs Nano LEDs and the fact that the owner of this beauty agreed to have it done in DC only! VERY limited space inside the body but I was able, as usual, to hide the wiring and circuitry without altering the visible interior spaces of the vehicle.
Pick up vehicle
Part of a three-truck deal for a guy from PA. This is the easiest one of the lot...made complicated because it came apart in 8 different pieces! Really tricking to get it all back together after installing the Evan Designs LEDs.
Car with snow plow
A nicely detailed diecast made even neater with the addition of five Evan Designs LEDs.
This was a relatively simple project but some ingenuity was required to create the roof-top light. Got lucky and it turned out super!
Chevrolet Suburban oldtimer
Picked this neat little vehicle up for peanuts at a train show. If I ever do another one, I'm going to have do come up with a replacement for the absolutely HUGH dummy radio antenna!
State Highway patrol car
A Road Champs 55-Chevy marked State Highway patrol gets the LED treatment
Truck in front of the railroad
Here's tbe Evan Designs lighted Peterbilt stake truck as installed on the Fall Layout at historic Edgerton Model Railroad Room in Rochester, NY. (Also known in the past as PAL Railroad Heaven). I have now placed well over 200 LEDs on this layout. We have installed four power supplies just to run the LEDs and they are nearing max capacity!
Chevy Tow truck on street
Photos of the 1953 Chevy Tow truck in place on the Fall Layout at Edgerton Model Railroad Room in Rochester, NY. Currently, over 200 Evan Design LEDs on this layout in buildings, vehicles and as street lights!
Tow truck and wrecked car
I put these two together as a test of public reaction to such a package at the train shows I attend. First outing will be this coming Saturday near Buffalo.
Stake truck show-off
This Peterbilt stake truck was given to me by one of my fellow Edgerton Model Railroad Club members. It was in pieces but they were all there! So I have reassembled it and added 13-Evan Designs LEDs.
Fire chief's vehicle
Among the more popular of the vehicles I light, this one initially was prone to light leak between the body and the rear bumper when tail light LEDs were mounted in the body. Now I use Nano Chips directly in the bumper. Problem solved!
Chevy police car
Lots of these have gone across the workbench and on to other people's layouts. The Police version of the Kinsmart 57-Chevy.
American LaFrance firetruck
Not as highly detailed as some Corgi models but the paint scheme is unique
Skagway Alaska bus
Here's the latest thing to leave the work bench. First time I've built one that doesn't need external power.
White ambulance cars
Continuing to evolve the light scheme for the Kinsmart O-gauge size White ambulance. Now using dual-flashing 3-mm LEDs on the body and exposing more of the lens. Really ramped up the light output!
Ford Police Interceptor
I've added another LED to the Ford Crown Vic Police Interceptor to simulate the third brake light. Gotta love those Nano Chip LEDs...they fit in truly tiny spaces!
Red ambulance vehicle
Upgrading the lighting packages for the Kinsmart ambulances to include a couple 3-mm blue/red double flashers on the front of the box plus three red/white double flashers in the light bar. All 3-mm LED openings are enlarged to show more of the bulb. 26 LEDs in total!
Corvair Monza Convertible
1/43rd scale Yat Ming 1969 Corvair Monza with 8-LED's installed for head and tail lights as well as side markers. All are Nano Chips from Evan Designs and all are AC/DC type since this is intended for model rail layouts. A challenge finding space inside for all eight bridge rectifiers. Headlights drilled out and white glue used for lenses. Outer tail lights also drilled with glue lenses painted red.
One of my best-sellers at model train shows. The original concept is in place on the Fall layout at Edgerton Model Railroad Room in Rochester, NY where I am among the volunteers who maintain, operate and upgrade that city-owned four layout display.
A display model worked up for a friend. While most of my work is for O-scale model rail layouts, I enjoy doing one of these larger-scale vehicles occasionally. The complexity of the wiring takes a bit of time and patience.
Combine next to a truck
New vehicles with Evan Designs LEDs
Tractor trailer side view
Tractor Trailer, using our pico LEDs!
Side of the tractor trailer
Tractor Trailer, using our pico LEDs!
Back of the tractor trailer
Tractor Trailer, using our pico LEDs!
Kenworth Semi with side dump trailer.
Police cars on the pedestal
I just wanted to send you a YouTube clip of the two cars I added your lights and sirens to since you referred this customer to me. I learned they were made for this officer by a group of 6th graders as a thank you gift for a school visit he did. All he wanted was lights and siren added. So thought I'd share! Thanks again!
Opened State Trooper's vehicle
The latest project I've made. Thanks guys for the customer service and all the awesome products you guys provide. lED'S from Evan Designs
Beautiful Chevrolet Chevelle
My latest creation for use on O-scale model rail layouts. First year for side-markers on the Chevelle...I've replicated them as well as the head and tail lights.
Updated version of the 1960 Mack C firetruck in 1/43rd scale. Two more LEDs added to the rear and it is now compatible with 7-to-19 volts AC, DC or DCC for an easier connection to virtually any common power source found beneath an O-gauge rail layout.
Combines and tractors
3 John Deere S690 Combines and a Versatile 500 4WD & an AGCO tractor using all nano leds.
Pair of Ford Crestlines
A pair of Welly 1953 Ford Crestline convertibles with Evan Designs 1.8-mm LEDs for headlights and tail lights. Cars are 4.75 inches long, making the scale right around 1:41...a size that works well with O-gauge model rail layouts for which they are intended.