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#1 evilone

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 05:53 PM

ok well as of now i have an annomise shipper theat sent me a jimmy flintstones 59 caddy ambulance
this will be my first(sounds so innocent huh) time working with resin
i need any and all tips on how to work with this stuff
it is as smooth as glass alot better then some of the new plastic kits i have gottin
and as of right now im planning on stickin with flintstones resins
so anything helpful is wanted and needed

#2 Aaronw

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Posted 09 November 2008 - 06:45 AM

ok well as of now i have an annomise shipper theat sent me a jimmy flintstones 59 caddy ambulance
this will be my first(sounds so innocent huh) time working with resin
i need any and all tips on how to work with this stuff
it is as smooth as glass alot better then some of the new plastic kits i have gottin
and as of right now im planning on stickin with flintstones resins
so anything helpful is wanted and needed



I posted something here

http://www.modelcars...showtopic=14950