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Alfa Romeo Monza - Part 6

Kit / Model  

Pocher Alfa Romeo 8c

Manufacturer  

pocher

Item Code  

K71

Scale  

1/8

Description  

At this point it was getting awfully red...
The body was an arduous affair to make fit. Literally had to beat it with a brass hammer, and yes it's only made of plastic.
Normally at this stage I could judge from the remaining parts and instructions what lies ahead, but from earlier experiences on this puppy, I had no idea what I might need to unbuild in order to move forward.

The engine is pretty much done here. I was able to salvage the paper foil stickers for the engine.

The hurdle of mounting the fenders was probably the frustrating part of the build. After they were attached, it was just a matter of adding the exhaust, windshields and some touching up...

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Cars

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