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Water Wolf WR1,Final progess 2013

Kit / Model  

Wolf WR1 Ford

Manufacturer  

Tamiya

Item Code  

12009

Scale  

1/12

Description  

After New Year, I still frustrated my pieces of not fitted and replaced one, and new fitted it. I have my massive problem with pieces, all right. I made up the braided pipes with wire fit insert. Engine and Tranmission housing assembly. and I made up the fuel system from chassis, as I have problem with wrong one, and new one.

I has been restored my original Wolf WR1 with replaced LH Side lower wishbone with brass rod inserted, and I will fixed this old one. I can keep my old one.

An old tyres were moved new wheels for Second Wolf WR1, and I replaced new tyres on old wheels for old one.

I has problem with old decals, and caused torn off and damage the surface film. After repaired, and re-sprayed RH side side pod body work, as caused oversprayed damage on paint surface.

I will finished my Ducati Moto GP -04 and next one to Wolf


I still unfinished building my second Wolf WR1 project on more two months

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Formula one

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New chassis and old Wolf WR 1 on workshop
Chassis married with engine assembly
Finished fuel nozzle with flows tubes from chassis
Lh Side Engine with fuel pump and pump system
Final finished tranmission housing, Braided pipes
New ring pull with cable, and Old one WR1
Old engine with gearbox from old WR1
New lower wishbone with brass rod inserted, with old WR1
After repaired, and re worked it
No more mess, after disaster of decal

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by: Nicholas Hazelton (Nicholas.hazelton) on 2013-09-22 - 04:49

Thanks, Roveda, I still waiting sprayed for white primer and bright red with body works on further, and I has finished my cowling with gloss pure white.
I'm afraid, I need find my oldest job for two model cars from 2011 on further.
I can't waiting it

by: Diego Roveda (droveda) on 2013-01-15 - 08:34

Hi Nicholas. I like to build brand new kit but I also like to restore old ones, it's a challenging... I got another Wolf WR1 already built and I'm planning to dismantle it and rebuild in THEODORE RACING color scheme complete with all the aftermarket parts we can find today.