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with the lotus almost done time to start another great car

Yes again a Model Factory Hiro kit so progress slow and long

what the car looks like

the one that i will be building has nr23

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the instruction book

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the first parts out the box

ready for clean up and adding extra details

The plan is to add extras to the kit that are not there like all the rivets

i have order about 900 of them so keep your eyes open.

Also a few bottels of alclad

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Thats it for the start

i will try to take pics off the parts before clean up after with extra detail and paint on

 

Mark

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31 minutes ago, Bomber_County said:

This is going to be cool……..didn’t really appreciate the investment in these MFH kits……:popcorn:

yes the price is high but the kits i have are second hand so that already better than the retail

Mark

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And another iconic car ... although I still prefer the GT-40 and even the 908. And then it was replaced by the 512,  which, although red, was always in the shadow of the 917.

Looking forward to your build, Mark :popcorn:

Hubert

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12 hours ago, Kaireckstadt said:

Me too, Mark !:popcorn:

Thanks

11 hours ago, HubertB said:

And another iconic car ... although I still prefer the GT-40 and even the 908. And then it was replaced by the 512,  which, although red, was always in the shadow of the 917.

Looking forward to your build, Mark :popcorn:

Hubert

yes the GT40 also a great car maybe one day going to build that to

There are so many great racing cars out ther

 

Mark

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I'm not much of a car bum and don't care a bit about more modern Ferraris, but this is a true beauty with all the curves in the right place. I will buckle in and follow your build.

Cheers Rob

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thank you all for the intresd on this project

first part cleand up

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left side wall done

like you can see the rivets are just dodts in the white metal

the plan will be to make them raisd so stay tuned for that work

Also didt a dry fit

a bit off bending to make it fit

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thats it for now

 

Mark

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1 hour ago, BlrwestSiR said:

Nice start Mark. That's going to be a lot of rivets.

Carl

Thanks and yes i dondt whant to know how many

 

Mark

14 minutes ago, Peterpools said:

Mark

Looking good.

How do you clean up the white metal and metal parts? Are you planning on using Archer rivets?

Keep 'em comin

 

Thanks Peter

I clean them up with sand paper first with 600 and i stop with 1500

Best is to where gloves or your hands turn black from the dust and you leave fingerprints behind.

still needs primer so the small scratches will go away

 

For the rivets i will use resin from masterclub the are in the mail to me

also i have metal rivets in difrent sizes and forms

that will be a lot off holes to make but it will look beter that way.

 

Mark

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1 hour ago, Peterpools said:

Mark

Thank you for the information. I need to check out the rivets on the Masterclub web site.

Keep 'em comin

Peter

you are welcome happy to help people out

58 minutes ago, harv said:

Wow, almost missed this one. Front row in the garage for me  !!.....harv:popcorn:

welcome to the party Harv

 

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Mark

I just checked out MasterClub products and they are amazing. The US distributor; HobbyWorld seems to be out of stock on a lot of items but what's new these days.

Thanks for the lead and info

Keep 'em comin

Peter

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