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WIP Wolf WR1 Tamiya 1/20. Part 4

Kit / Model  

Wolf Ford F1

Manufacturer  

Tamiya

Item Code  

2000?

Scale  

1/20

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Here the UP from the W.E.
Those are tha parts to build the oilTank, moulded by Tamiya.
This is not correct and he is hollow...;


That's all for now.
Hope to hear from you, guys.
enjoy the pictures.
Waiting for your comments, critics and / or questions.
Cheers,

Jamme

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Here is the oil tank after beginning detailling. I used 2 component putty, plasticard. I used the Punch & Die to make the roundels where the fittings, will be intalled later. Here are the pics:
 
I made the welding seams on the roundels with Miliput. It can't be seen very well on the picture, but, when painted, it will be OK. Still need the welding seams on the oil tank...
While drying, I began the front rollbar, with the instruments on it. Once again 2 pieces:
The pieces glued together, cleaned. I removed the dashboard. Will made a new one in plasticard.
The piece is now opened. Fairings in plasticard, to be glued later on the bathtub.

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by: Mario Covalski (marioc) on 2007-09-17 - 08:19

Yes I have a comment, you are brilliant working with plastic and I'm sure we will see ahead a great model.
I love people working with plastic and common materials, all the turned parts are terrific, but finally nobody could follow those steps. I think it would be nice you could comment the size of the plasticard and rods you are using.