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small update

made some work on the windows

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im not going to make a lot off details to the cargobay and pit

because off all the waethering off the windows you will not se much

 

Mark

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4 minutes ago, Ivan Ivanovich said:

Good to see you back from hospital and back on the bench. Hang in there!

thanks it wil take time to get back 100%

but the bit off bench time i have today feels good i still have problems to get my self focus on stuff but i have time

small steps in the good direction

 

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1 minute ago, Peterpools said:

Mark

Nice work on the windows - perfect fit.

Keep ‘eM comin

Peter

thanks Peter

iff you take time to make the right cuts and all the same size it save you a lot off work afterwards to get them in

the first i have made whas to small so a bit off adjusting for the cutting and perfect fit

know trying to do a few things on the pit

on the cargobay im noy going to do much because you will see noting from that part

 

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going to work a bit on the pit

first up the seats left out the box right my idee

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also made a small start on the floor

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Glad to see you back, Mark!  Keep up the good work!

 

Gaz

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Love the cracking on the seat!

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thanks

did a bit off work on the pit

second saet ready and one ip

next up second ip and mid console also a few other details like the pedals and sticks

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Mark

Seats look mighty good and surely look old and beaten

Keep ‘em comin

Peter

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2 hours ago, Peterpools said:

Mark

Seats look mighty good and surely look old and beaten

Keep ‘em comin

Peter

Thanks Peter

still a long way to go but i will get there

 

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i must be crazy for doing this

all the rivits on the kit are negative and the rael dael are pozitif so

here we go putty and sanding time to fill all the rivets

i will replace them all with pozitive ons

wish me luck

 

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:wtf:............this is a very nice and interesting project Mark, i just tuned in and what i see is just simply said wow. That leather on the seat's, spot on mate.:thumbsup2:

This will be closely followed by me.:151_41_44_712.09472830013627761

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1 hour ago, DannyVM said:

:wtf:............this is a very nice and interesting project Mark, i just tuned in and what i see is just simply said wow. That leather on the seat's, spot on mate.:thumbsup2:

This will be closely followed by me.:151_41_44_712.09472830013627761

Thanks Danny

still a verry long road to go but i will get there i have no daed line just hoping to get it done before 2020

 

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Way to make life difficult for yourself Mark! :icon_eek: Result should be stunning though

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15 hours ago, mark31 said:

i must be crazy for doing this

all the rivits on the kit are negative and the rael dael are pozitif so

here we go putty and sanding time to fill all the rivets

i will replace them all with pozitive ons

wish me luck

 

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Mark

If it's any consolation, my friend, I believe that all Trumpy rivets are too big and too deep...  So you're making two corrections in one.

 

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Mark

Yikes, what a job to remove and then add new rivets.

Back in the day that use to be a job for : Rosie the Riveter. Glad to admit, it was even before my time

Keep 'em comin

Peter

 

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11 hours ago, GusMac said:

Way to make life difficult for yourself Mark! :icon_eek: Result should be stunning though

Thanks and time will tell how good it will look

6 hours ago, GazzaS said:

If it's any consolation, my friend, I believe that all Trumpy rivets are too big and too deep...  So you're making two corrections in one.

 

Gaz

Thanks buttis will take some time to get it done

6 hours ago, Peterpools said:

Mark

Yikes, what a job to remove and then add new rivets.

Back in the day that use to be a job for : Rosie the Riveter. Glad to admit, it was even before my time

Keep 'em comin

Peter

 

Thanks Peter and yes rosie the riveter i know that feeling

Now going to the bench more putty and sanding to go but also to do a few things on the pit

I hpe today to get the second ip in place

 

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more stuff done

still going for the rivets

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and the pit almost there but not compleet happy,still working on it but you have the idee

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one side done with filling and sanding

just need to claen up a few spots and mold saems

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when this side is compleet i will start the other side

alraedy claend the intakes and exhaust and waiting for primer

 

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