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WIP Wolf WR1 Tamiya 1/20. Part 3

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Wolf Ford F1



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Hello again,
This is another UP.
I think there are no many people interestde in the WIP on the forum, but I've got answers on the site???
OK, don't matter, here we go!

That's all for today.
Hope to hear from you.
Enjoy the pictures.
I'm waiting for your comments, critics and/or questions.
Thank you for looking.


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Here is another view from the sam arm, cleaned of parts moulded by Tamiya
I remade the small arms using plasticard: Made a hole (0,3mm) un the perpendicular arm. Here are pictures of the work done.
Right, the original, as moulded by Tamiya. Left, the remade one using Evergreen.
I also put a piece of plasticard at the rear of the underpan.
This the rear firewall, as moulded by Tamiya. It is to small (not long enough). There is a lot of mould marks. They made holes that are useless. The oval parts are not correct and are molded with the firewall.
So, I decided, once again, to make a new part, using plasticard, and remade the correct depressions. Lacking the rivets, etc. Will be made later.
Top of the body is temporarely put in place, to check everything is alright.
I decided to remade braces (where Tamiya also made an error), in brass. This is square brass 2x2mm.
Using my mill machine I made 2 more correct pieces (in my opinion, anyway)
Here they are simply put in place, no gluing to check.

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by: Mario Covalski (marioc) on 2007-09-16 - 08:53

Hi Jean-Marie, firstly thanks for sharing this work with us, I'm exited looking forward to seeing next step.
We use to upload to the community the best WIPs and galleries, when the member has one. The showrooms have more facilities and the galleries can be add to our data base keeping in your showroom, basically works like a forum but you have all your work together. Take a look your galleries have been seen more than 200 times in few days.
People don't use to answer messages, perhaps a "well