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Old 04-15-2004, 11:02 PM   #1
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1:24 scale wrx window masks?

Hey guys,
does anybody know where i can find wrx window mask or if there are any other car masks that i could use as an alternative?
It is the old shape model(before the bug eyes shape came out).
Its either this or nothing i think as the rest of the models has gone so well and im not prepared to stuff it up on the windshield maskings.

I ended up painting it mica blue and it looks absolutely insane, i followed everybodies painting and priming tips and it looks so glass smooth and flawless.I shaved back the door handles aswell which is a little detail but it looks good none the less.Try to get some pics soon.
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Re: 1:24 scale wrx window masks?

You should be able to make your own out of 40 millimeter Tamiya Masking Tape. I use it for Revell kits. Works like a charm!
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Re: 1:24 scale wrx window masks?

I had the masks for the Hasegawa GF Wagon and thought I'd kept the backing sheet with the shapes, but alas, I must have thrown it out.

Are you building a Hasegawa, Tamiya or Fujimi Impreza kit?
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Fujimi kit although i would have thought that there was not much difference between the brands.
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Re: 1:24 scale wrx window masks?

Probably not too much different...

I wonder if anyone would be so kind as to scan the Tamiya GC8 WRC window masks for you... *hint* *hint*

(I would, but I don't have a scanner...)
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