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Roger U

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    Roger Uusitalo

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  1. Definitely big. You did a nice job building it and the painting and decals look great. What type of plastic is the body? Are the display and racing bodies the same material? Cool model.
  2. That is a beautiful model. A friend had one and it was a fun car to ride in and drive.
  3. Beautiful cleanly built model. Outstanding paint and chrome.
  4. Very nicely built model, Roger. What paint did you use? I'd like to find that color for a future project.
  5. Good looking model. I like LSR cars and this is very clean build.
  6. Very nice model. Great aging and weathering finish.
  7. A clean '56 Chevy wagon. First time I've seen it in our neighborhood
  8. Very nice clean build. It looks good in white.
  9. A beautifully built model of a beautiful car.
  10. Thank you David, Steve, and Bill . Your information gives some very good things to consider when painting models. I'll have to think over what you've said and, as you say, experiment.
  11. As others have said a cool build with great weathering. Very well done.
  12. Thank you for all the very useful and detailed information. This gives me a good idea where to start and what to look for while trying to figure out what I should be doing.
  13. So many of you do really nice paint jobs on your models. I'm wondering what is the recommended procedure for sanding and painting models? I've read that you should use several grits of sandpaper getting finer and finer. Do you use a finer grit of sandpaper after each coat of paint or what is the procedure? Does it vary with how many coats of paint you spray on the model? I haven't built a model since the 1960s and didn't do much sanding back then.
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