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Painting the red lines in a Batimovil

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This model was built using an old Monogram Futura as base. All the modifications were scrathbuilt and no aftermarket was used. The red line along the car was very difficult to achieve and here below I explain how I did.


Este modelo fue construido partiendo de un lincoln futura Monogram haciendo todas las modificaciones en escratch no tiene ningun aftermarket

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Paint in red lacquer (enamel) only surface with need the red line ( lightly cote). Cut the bare metal foil strip 1.2 mm aprox.. I recommended to use bare metal chrome trim.
Apply the strip carefully with a finger, this step is very important for the clean of the red line process
Repaint gloss black (enamel) all model
Remove the strip (bare metal) after 15 minutes
Apply clear cote