What snake meant by "tube glue" is the old fashioned "plastic cement" used by every modeler years ago. It worked by actually melting the plastic together. Not sure how many of us still use it. Probably not many. I'm with Dale. I don't go any where near the glass or a painted body with super type glues anymore. Too much potential for disaster. I use hobby glues designed for clear parts for glass & small parts to be glued to the body like mirrors, door handles, antennas, etc.
Just thought I'd give the "copy & paste" method a try being as it seems to be one of our only options going forward. Guess it works fine but it sure would be nice if we could get back to the old method at some point. good luck Gregg We really are a "pain in the neck", aren't we?
Johan did the same during that time period. The boxes were all the same & they didn't even bother with a sticker depicting the car. Just a stamp on one end panel with a description of the contents. I guess people trusted more back then. Could have been a Palmer kit inside!
That's a great attitude Joel! Nothing will get you back on track like a finished model to show for your efforts. The same day I finish one build, I can't wait to get started on the next! it's a great "kick in the pants".
Personally, I love white! Maybe Vito Corleone wouldn't show up in one, but I'll bet Tony Montana would! No, not the football player. The Cuban mobster from Scarface. Anyway, Vito Corleone struck me as being more of a Cadillac kind of guy,