Where in the heck did you get that huge pencil?? You still haven't answered me. Also, your fingers don't look much different than mine. How come mine don't work like yours? Total amazement. "These were a pain to assemble?" Really? I'll bet they were. Doesn't seem humanly possible in 1/25th scale.
Thank you very much my brothers. Your interest in this build is greatly appreciated. Yes, Chris, its great to be almost done with this one. I have others to get back to that need to be completed. Joe - thanks for looking for a taller set of pie crusts. And yes, pie sounds really good about now. A reference book on this build would be great but I think I'll just type out a sheet and see how much I can get on it. Please stay tuned, I'm not done with this one yet.
While I wait for the number part of the decals to be reprinted and mailed, here's a preview of the rest of them in place.
While working on the body fitment, the grip portion of the steering wheel was knocked off. I've tried twice to glue it back on but the small amount of contact area makes this a real challenge. I've decided to wait until everything else is done so that will be the last thing I do so I don't knock it off again. Hang with me, this'll get done.
Love your unique idea of cutting the body out for the grill and making it an insert instead of just gluing it on top. Looks so much better. This is really coming along and its great to see it in primer. Well done.
Well dang it. My decals came in and they're slightly oversized. Entirely my fault. I've shrunk the artwork down on the file and have printed them out to check the new reduced size before sending them off to Chief Joseph again.