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#21 Posted : 25 November 2011 17:51:20

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Hi Andy your build and pictures look greatBigGrin Cool



thanks for the complement
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#22 Posted : 25 November 2011 17:55:39
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Looking good Andy, and glad its enticed you back into modelling Cool
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#23 Posted : 25 November 2011 18:00:52

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BigGrin Hi Andy,

Thanks to you too for the return compliment, much appreciated. It's nice to know that people are reading my build and I am glad that it helps you with yours mate, makes it all worthwhile posting it up.
I will be back on it this coming Wednesday (Issue 36) when we get the main part of the undertray/floorpan - WHOOOHOOO !! - can't wait for that big chunk of ABS !!! LOL

Cheers ... Kev. BigGrin



Yeh the floorpan looks great, cant wait I just hope that the postman doesent try to hammer it through the letter box like last mounths parcelAngry


BigGrin Luckily, my postman doesn't work behind the counter of my local newsagent, so my issues are usually pristine when I get them !!! LOL LOL

BigGrin Kev.
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#24 Posted : 03 December 2011 12:15:57

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have just finished 31/32/33 32 was realy fiddly but I think it looks good BigGrin

Would love to know when we are going to get the oil for the tyres as every time I look at them they are a bit disapointing Huh
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#25 Posted : 06 December 2011 10:10:26

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BigGrin Good stuff Andy, you are making good progress. I think the silicone oil arrives somewhere around the 2/3 completed mark.

I know it sounds a little gross, but I found that carefully rubbing saliva on the white residue, a bit at a time and then wiping it away VERY carefully (especially around the areas with the 'Bridgestone/Potenza' logos) with a clean and soft cloth actually removed the whiteness. Sounds disgusting, but it works pretty well, though you do need to be gentle and I take no responsibilty should you try it and it is a long and slow process to get it all off. I will of course still use the silicone oil when it arrives to make sure that all four tyres look exactly the same, just as a precaution.

BigGrin Kev
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#26 Posted : 06 December 2011 10:15:55

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Good stuff AndyBigGrin Cool
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#27 Posted : 06 December 2011 12:14:49

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SennaMentalMe wrote:
BigGrin Good stuff Andy, you are making good progress. I think the silicone oil arrives somewhere around the 2/3 completed mark.

I know it sounds a little gross, but I found that carefully rubbing saliva on the white residue, a bit at a time and then wiping it away VERY carefully (especially around the areas with the 'Bridgestone/Potenza' logos) with a clean and soft cloth actually removed the whiteness. Sounds disgusting, but it works pretty well, though you do need to be gentle and I take no responsibilty should you try it and it is a long and slow process to get it all off. I will of course still use the silicone oil when it arrives to make sure that all four tyres look exactly the same, just as a precaution.

BigGrin Kev



thanks for the idea but I think I will wait for the oil Cool
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#28 Posted : 06 December 2011 21:53:36

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Hi Andy,

I was just checking out your photo's. Looks good so far. Seems like model building is like riding a bike to you!

How did you go with the first section of the under tray? Impressive isn't it! Even my good friends at the newsagent were genuinely impressed. They're actually getting involved with my build as well and spend a few minutes talking about each section before I pay my money and makes tracks with the goodiesFlapper .

Keep up the good work.BigGrin
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#29 Posted : 06 December 2011 22:05:20

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Jacksmclaren wrote:
Hi Andy,

I was just checking out your photo's. Looks good so far. Seems like model building is like riding a bike to you!

How did you go with the first section of the under tray? Impressive isn't it! Even my good friends at the newsagent were genuinely impressed. They're actually getting involved with my build as well and spend a few minutes talking about each section before I pay my money and makes tracks with the goodiesFlapper .

Keep up the good work.BigGrin



I dont have the undertray yet but it does look good in the photos that I have seen, cant wait for itBigGrin
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#30 Posted : 02 January 2012 17:02:02

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Just finished no 35 and now looking good and I have now got my steering wheel BigGrin
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#31 Posted : 02 January 2012 21:18:02

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Very nice job Andy BigGrin Keep up the good work Mike
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BigGrin Cracking looking build mate! I wonder how many of us will see this through to Dec 2012??BigGrin
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#33 Posted : 21 February 2012 17:08:07

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Its been a while but here is my latest set of pictures, I am now upto issue 42 and cant wait for the next delivery Drool
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#34 Posted : 21 February 2012 17:10:06

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Its been a while but here is my latest set of pictures, I am now upto issue 45, I already have the next delivery but cant continue until the colour diference is sorted out with the next set of partsCrying
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#35 Posted : 30 March 2012 17:08:35

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Its been a while but here is my latest set of pictures, I am now upto issue 45, I already have the next delivery but cant continue until the colour diference is sorted out with the next set of partsCrying

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#36 Posted : 01 April 2012 20:25:20

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BigGrin Looking REAL Good mate!!
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#37 Posted : 02 April 2012 08:24:17

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Coming along nicelyBigGrin Regards Mike
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