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the checkerborad roof and stripes are painted on. comments welcome and thanks for looking

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Nice clean build Jason , love the stripes and checks in the same colour , it blends together nicely .

The only suggestion I could make would be to snip off the sliding window catches since you've taken the windows out (but that's only because I'm a rivet counter with mini's , it won't matter to anybody else ;) )

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tamiya?

very nice job on that roof, thats a lot of tedious masking to do unless i dont get how its done.

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Nice clean build Jason , love the stripes and checks in the same colour , it blends together nicely .

The only suggestion I could make would be to snip off the sliding window catches since you've taken the windows out (but that's only because I'm a rivet counter with mini's , it won't matter to anybody else ;) )

thanks for the comment ian. i didnt know what those tabs were for so i left them lol but now that i know, ill chop them off. thanks for the tip!

jason

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Great looking Mini...

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tamiya?

very nice job on that roof, thats a lot of tedious masking to do unless i dont get how its done.

yes it is a tamiya kit. and yes tedious time with the masking tape to get it right lol. thsnks for the comment jb

jason

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I like it, nice model.

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Very cool rendition of this model. Super neat build, well done.

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Nice job on the masking and painting! The engine is always a surprise to me on the Mini, I always expect to see two little hamsters going around in a wheel. :lol: All kidding aside, the engine looks great!

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Very cool paint job and nice detailing! Job well done, sir.

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Very nice build, well done. Used to own a 1:1, drove like a go cart, awesome fun.

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Very nice. Good job !

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Very nice work on your mini jason, the paintwork is excellent and the stripes and checkers make it stand out from others.

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Nice build, great color...

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Great paint work. Very nice build.

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thanks for the commets everyone!

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How cool and ironic is that, reminds me of a diecast 1/43 I have :D

Check this one ;)

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How cool and ironic is that, reminds me of a diecast 1/43 I have :D

Check this one ;)

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ray, that is ironic! way cool though. and here i was thinking i never seen a blue mini. wild.

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I may be a B-I-G guy (6'3", 275#), but I've always liked small cars. They don't call me "Corvair Jim" for notyhing, you know. I'm a fan of the Mini because they're "Smaller Than Small", but I stil fit in them just fine. I got a couple of Tamaya Minis in a swap a few months ago. This model might be the kick in the pants I need to actually get going on one of them... Great Job!

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