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Old 03-05-2019, 08:53 AM   #1
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Production in series, but above all seriously.







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Any new updates on this production run?

Looks great so far

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Old 10-24-2019, 04:00 AM   #3
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Any new updates on this production run?

Looks great so far

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A few more advances, the subject goes slowly, thanks for watching and commenting.



I have uploaded several photos of the fuel tank because after applying Marlboro decal the silvering effect occurred, I had to mask, prime, paint and lacquer again and this is the result.







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Old 10-24-2019, 01:59 PM   #4
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Hola, que de tiempo!!!! I see you are still dedicated to the hobby!!! Great job������
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Old 11-24-2019, 12:56 PM   #6
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Hola, que de tiempo!!!! I see you are still dedicated to the hobby!!! Great job������
Hello majo, how are you doing? How do you say that time, yes sir, I keep doing things, do you do something or not? Come a hug, I'm glad to hear from you.
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Si, algo hago. No tanto como antes pero si haber si me da tiempo colgar algo. With my kids I havnt got as much free time as I used to, plus I no longer have a hobby room so I have to build and organise myself in boxes lol
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No he podido mandar pir privado.
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Greetings, some small advances:









I hope you like it, thanks for watching and commenting.
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Re: Production in series, but above all seriously.

Nice work Churripay - really great to see you complete these builds and not give up on them.
Well done on your assembly line approach to building 4 kits at once
Nice job on the exhaust pipes and the bodywork paint is smooth and shiny - what clearcoat did you use? what brand and type? -
Also for the bodywork what paints did you use? what brand and colors?
Great addition to the forum
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Nice work Churripay - really great to see you complete these builds and not give up on them.
Well done on your assembly line approach to building 4 kits at once
Nice job on the exhaust pipes and the bodywork paint is smooth and shiny - what clearcoat did you use? what brand and type? -
Also for the bodywork what paints did you use? what brand and colors?
Great addition to the forum
Cheers
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Thanks John for your comments, the lacquer I use is from the Sikkens brand with catalyst and slow thinner from the same brand, for the fairing and the tank I used Tamiya TS 8 Italian Red and for the fender and tailpipe of the Zero Paints brand the semi gloss black, then I varnished the colin and the fender with Alclad 311-60 light sheen varnish, I apply the decals and once dry I varnished it with Alclad 312-60 semi matte. I hope I was able to help you.
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