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Dann Tier

building a fully detailed Pagani Huayra- Body Fitment

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5 hours ago, NOBLNG said:

Truly outstanding work on this! You have far, far ,far more patience than I do.

 

Agree, but it seems worth it for this kit!

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12 hours ago, NOBLNG said:

Truly outstanding work on this! You have far, far ,far more patience than I do.

Thanks Greg!, this kit deserves it!!

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6 hours ago, Funkychiken said:
12 hours ago, NOBLNG said:

Truly outstanding work on this! You have far, far ,far more patience than I do.

 

Agree, but it seems worth it for this kit!

Thanks again Atin!, I agree...this kit is most definitely worth it!!

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Heres one last little update before I start prepping the body for paint.....I like to use Canopy glue to attach my parts to be painted; in this case, it also kept paint out of the contact spot, ensuring a positive, and strong bonding point.

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15 hours ago, Twokidsnosleep said:

Good stuff man, watching intently

Thanks, Scott!, i'm glad you're still hanging in there with me!!

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I just got done installing the two intercoolers, inner splash guards, top air channel, and photo-etch screws, and bolts. I also made the final tweaking of the front end bits, and came up with a couple of very interesting things that are wrong/not clear with a couple parts. I will be getting some photos drawn up explaining these issues that cause the front fascia to stick-out too far, and how to fix it. I also posted photos of all the things I either cut-off, added, or filed-down.....shown in red, or white. The photo with the toothpick, is pointing at the top two contact points on the fascia. When lined-up properly, there WILL be a tiny gap!

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5 hours ago, PatW said:

Dann, super info and super build so far, keep up the very good work.

Thanks, Pat!, its getting very near the end!, after I make a video of all the things I've done to the fitment, I will start the body painting process.

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Just to let you guys know, I have two videos posted on the youtube channel; Scale Models and Figurines, if you are interested it checking them out....they are actually the first videos I've EVER done...about anything!!...lol

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1 hour ago, Dann Tier said:

Just to let you guys know, I have two videos posted on the youtube channel; Scale Models and Figurines, if you are interested it checking them out....they are actually the first videos I've EVER done...about anything!!...lol

Great vids Dann keep them coming 

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