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Marshall Teague's '52 Fabulous Hudson Hornet


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#21 Chuck Most

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Posted 30 October 2012 - 12:46 PM

If you look at the side of the box for the Marshall Teague version, you can see how the box art model's skirts were cut- the forward vertical cut line is still there. For a body with the incorrectly located skirts, you'd want to cut about 5mm behind the front cut line, and about 3mm behind the rear cut line. Then the tire should be centered in the opening.

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 05:22 AM

If you look at the side of the box for the Marshall Teague version, you can see how the box art model's skirts were cut- the forward vertical cut line is still there. For a body with the incorrectly located skirts, you'd want to cut about 5mm behind the front cut line, and about 3mm behind the rear cut line. Then the tire should be centered in the opening.

OR... move the axle forward. Or not bother... it appears that both of the Teague kits I have have the fender skirts properly located, so it's likely yours does as well. :)