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Thank you thank you thank you for the link.. I didn't know there was issues with the models from this company, I am so happy that this one was not one that has those problems. I am curious about the wood, you really would use real wood? I guess I figured most would use some decales from another model for what you want.. I am looking forward to more posts on it.. Thank you again
Oh thank you for posting this. I was MIA for awhile with Christmas then a bad cold. When I came back to the changes the only thing I totally could not figure out was why I could not answer a PM that was sent to me while I was gone... Thank you
mind is working here and you really have me wondering if it could be done with felt.. 50 model car knives on dad's desk still, 10 colors of felt here... course all I have is elmers glue LOL....... thinking I am going to have to try it
who knows George it ended up in dad's Model Car World somewhere lol. I was probably 9 there from the when the picture could have been taken at my Grandparents house, I have blocked out a lot of my childhood but I can kind of remember building a model there. LOL evidently I did, we have proof hahaha
Marshall was kind enough to make a set and send them back to me made, that is how I knew what to do with them. He also had an idea of maybe useing paint or glue on them then tossing em in a baggy with the flock then dotting them with paint when they were dry, I don't know if he's tried that or not. the set he sent back to me turned out awesome though.
I would think if you could get the seams right you could use felt would take a very steady hand though
that wasn't my first build. it was a 55 chevy I believe I was 7 or so, of course my dad helped me put it together, he also painted it, but the funny part of that is I got to chose the color and when I did *chuckles* he must have asked me 5 times if I was SURE that was the color I wanted.. The color was like a dark grass green hahaha.. it so irked him to paint it that color but he did not sure what happened to that model, pretty sure there is a picture of it somewhere though.... good memories good memories