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  1. Consider using fingernail clippers to trim the outside of the piece
  2. I'll see your post and raise you I'm sorry, but this is too much.
  3. Microscale has a product called MICRO SOL and it is a setting solution.
  4. You also might want to look here, in the event you have other questions http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/topic/79627-how-do-i-search-for-answers-already-posted-here/
  5. What with all the folks staying home, the Internet in general seems a bit sluggish.
  6. I know you're a newbie, but you're asking questions that have already been answered numerous times. You might want to do some research before you ask your next question. Here's a start http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/topic/79627-how-do-i-search-for-answers-already-posted-here/
  7. What scale is the diorama? You might run into the situation where the text would be so small that font wouldn't be noticeable.
  8. Great tip. A similar approach might be used to simulate carbon fiber.
  9. Absolutely stunning! Does that car have a radio (which, along with a heater, was optional back then)? I didn't see an antenna.
  10. It would seem you have everything to do some testing...let us know the results.
  11. Get a non-metallic color, then add silver Pearl X (available at Michael's) to it. Do some experimentation, using varying amounts of Pearl X, before you apply the finish coat.
  12. Nice resto work. I've never seen a convertible (or any other two-door/two-seat) with fixed seat-backs on the front seat.
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