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Old 02-04-2009, 08:15 PM
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#9 - OTDAEABT 2 - Maly Modelarz F1 & GT Racecars 8/1976

Hi all,

Here is my tossed hat into this foray.





I am not sure which car I want to build first.

but as they say, more to come

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Old 02-04-2009, 08:41 PM
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Very cool. I haven't seen any of the MM cars built. This kit looks decently designed from the photos. I'll be interested to see if it comes together well. Good luck!
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Old 02-04-2009, 10:14 PM
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:DYou sir are a brave man. I can not wait to see how this turns out. I am a sucker for anything Formula One. I believe this is the third too now wheeled vehicle and all look to be outstanding. I am afraid of the wheels and those wonderfully fat finders on cars. Will watch with interest and I hope you include plenty of photos and descriptions of what and how!!!!! Noticed on the Russian military truck that puts me of mind of a Dodge, water used to help form. That has my interest peeked. I have wondered if you could get away w/water to form complex shapes, after all, paper mache! I think I spelled that right.
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Looks like a nice pair of models, Rick (and I always like to see the clutter on your workbench with the detritus of previous projects hidden in the background).

I look forward to seeing the build progress.

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well the result of two evenings of cutting, folding, scoring and glueing is the following



I have been using Beacon's 3 in 1 Advanced Craft Glue
It reminds me of a thicker UHU glue, I might have to try the clear Aleene's Tacky glue on the next car.

More tomorrow, I hope
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The clear stuff takes a bit longer to set up. It's fairly runny.
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my Friday night effort(yes i have no life)



The rear wing and wheels are left
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Looking good Rick. It does not look like you have encountered too many challenges with this model.
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Old 02-07-2009, 11:24 AM
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Douglas,

besides the paper, it is going pretty smooth, so we will see what the GT car.

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Good start. Lots of pastel colors.

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