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El Roberto

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    Robert Henderson

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  1. I tried it and seemed to work just fine. It's weird stuff...looks too thick to spray and goes on kind of ugly, but dries ultra smooth. You do need to use a large tip for spray brush and kick the pressure up to around 24-30 psi. Oh, you do need to shake the BLAH_BLAH_BLAH_BLAH out of it before use.
  2. Badger Stynelrez comes in several colors and is very nice stuff. Lays down flat and sticks very well to styrene.
  3. Don't even try if you value the decals.
  4. Yep, this one is close to the top of my list.
  5. Ok...what's your pick for the most beautiful car of all time? I'm going with the Cord 810.
  6. Not to mention the $55 he wants for shipping.
  7. Just google photoetch tools or benders.
  8. Try Vallejo matt. Works as well as any other I've tried. Might be my imagination but I think that the Dull Coat isn't as flat a finish as it used to be.
  9. I use plain old hardware store lacquer thinner. Works great for me.
  10. No problems at all. The Tamiya clear colors over the Molotow really look transparent . Be sure to let the Molotow dry completely before coating.
  11. I do it all the time for tail lights, turn signals etc. Works very well. Haven't tried it with anything bigger than a tail light though.
  12. 64 Studebaker Champ pick up. 

  13. You might try Tamiya acrylic clear yellow or red. They're almost transparent but build up color with additional coats.
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