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Old 01-11-2014, 05:00 PM
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Thanks.for the complemment dman...its far from perfect my friend...i believe its all about practiceing...the more you can do, the more you learn...dont forget about all my piles of oopes...just practice, you can do it,
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And I thought the fender and floor panel creation was great. You are showing some mad styrene skills Ron. I can't wait to what's next.

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Old 01-12-2014, 05:35 AM
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And I thought the fender and floor panel creation was great. You are showing some mad styrene skills Ron. I can't wait to what's next.

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Thank you Harry. You did a wonderful job on the chassis and styrene and that gives me a wonderful base to build on. I love the details of the SS body and how scale things look, say compared to a clod or a few other of the ABS body's. So I just have to have one all detailed out. I plan on picking another SS body up this coming week just to have around...ha. Now I need a few more chassis too..lol..Boy do I have the Tamiya fever or what ?
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Thanks Tomsloat. Less you forget you started it for me..Ha you bugger. Which reminds me.....I do believe we need an update on yours...lol. Shoot, take another picture of it on the shelf posing aha. I don't care, I just like looking at it...yup. Thanks again Buddy.
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Here is the front end. I will add some more details after painting, like Electric wires and ETC. Thanks for looking.
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The start of my floor pan. While I wanted to do a supper detailed one, I decided it will have carpet and would hide all the hard work...So... this is what's happening. It will be attached to the body after it s finished. I'll add air ducks that will also serve for bottom door jam, and some place to hide the magnets also that will hold the doors shut. The stock servo location had me pondering for a bit but I think a cup holder over that area should work..Thanks for looking.
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Nope...hahahhaahaaaaaha..Ok, see what I can do.
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So I was stumped on the inner fire wall...After a few card stock patters this Is what I came up with. I had to make a hole for the servo horn, When the steering is full to the right it sticks threw the fire wall.....sooooo...Good thing MR. Willy has a heavy right foot..Ha. I trimmed the bottom out of his foots...... and pooffoomongo...problem solved....
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LOL...oh man...Do it, and do it right, so you can have a good job , be Rich...And buy all the RC toys you want...Thats my addvice...YUp lol.. I'm just waiting to win the lotto....Then again I should buy a ticket once and awhile...That might help my chances......
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