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Kpnuts

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Mike this kit is something else the engine has more parts than the whole 1/12 mustang kit, I know you will say it's down to talent but honestly mate without roys dvd I couldn't have got this far (although he's made a few mistakes ) but the instructions are soooo bad I would have boxed it up and buryied it at the bottom of the stash without it, the kit includes (although I'm a long way from that) every cable (electric or mechanical) on the real car. It is a beast of a kit 150 quid well spent the roof lining and door pockets are vac moulded, the seats are vynle moulded. I build kits quickly (that's why most people from the time they're crap) but this will take months.
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The engine lump is massive lol ! And I have to agree the manifold is looking very realistic

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Here is todays update
these parts were bent so using Roy Fitzimmods dvd I corrected this problem with stretched copper wire
 
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Hi all well the engine is done (well as much as I can do without putting it in the car)
The next bit is the front chassis and suspension (to be honest I keep looking at the instructions and I'm tempted to box it back up and put it away) looks to be way beyond my meagre abilities, I would start somewhere else on the model and come back to this part but that may cause problems later on I've no idea whether I can start the body without causing problems with the chassis, I will see how brave I'm feeling, this may be as far as this kit goes for me, really not feeling confident at all on the next bit.








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That is a load of really great detail! Nice going, Ken!  [biggrin]
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Hi all here is the next update








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Absolutely brilliant. Looks like one of my car parts.
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Thanks mate this is such a complex kit, it scares and excites me at the same time I thought this was the most complex part but sneaking a look at the next few pages god help me.
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Incidentally I've Bearley started this bit.
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Hi all another update, quite pleased I've managed this part (very fiddly though could have done with another set of hands)

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Hi all here is an Idea of just how huge this is, I thought the GT was big but, and dont forget it still has the rad and bumpers to go on, just look at this.
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Here is tonights episode. I really, really, really, really love this kit cant wait to start the Mefistofeles if its anything like this.














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Hi all here's tonight's bit





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Nice color, Ken. Did you add that texture or did it come that way?
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its an experiment, hairspray and talcumpowder.
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