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Ferrari challenge update

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I'm back to work on trying to finish up my challenge car. The chassis is just about done ,only a few things to add to the motor. The decals are a bit on the thick side and need a BUNCH of decal set to get them to wrap around the nose. Hope too have this done by the weekend and on too something else.

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Beautiful work. Your decal work and detailing is really bringing the generally so-so Fujimi kit to life. Well done!

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That looks sharp!!!!!! Can't wait to see more of it!!!!!!

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Thanks guys!!! I'll post some more over the weekend. Cheers

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Nice work. I'm building this same kit and I have a question. What are the tire lettering markings provided in the kit? Dry transfers or decals? They're on a separate sheet from the other decals and the instructions are kind of vague.

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They are water release transfer, like some of the Tamiya kits. There is a small thin sheet attached to the cardboard stock . Cut out the logo , wet the tire with a Q-tip, lay down the transfer and wet the release paper with the Q-tip the logo will lift off on to the tire. I just lightly give it a touch of decal set after it starts to dry. I took out the threaded tires and replaced them with slicks.  I hope this helps you out.

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Yes, and thanks. That is exactly what I wanted to know.

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Very nice.  I built a similar one a few years ago.  Nice kit goes together without any drama.

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That looks great!! I did the red version of that car. 

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I'm currently building one as well. Going to make mine a police tribute car. All black with a thin blue line going on top of the body off to the right side.

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You should do the wheels black with a thin blue line . Like a redline .

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