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  1. Who gets asked to fix something, just because you're known for building models? ? Wife said her laptop sound wasn't working, and couldn't plug in the cord for the speakers used for her job. I tried to plug in my cord, obvious that it wouldn't. Looked in the hole, looked in my laptop's hole, then I could see a tip had come off. Eyeballed the size of the stub, went to the workbench. Used a sprue, drilled a hole in the end. Came back, dabbed some superglue in the sprue hole, stuck it in the hole. At that point, wife said we better find a YouTube video about how to pull that out, found
  2. I have a 1960 dealer promo Thunderbird that has warped over the last 57 years. I was wondering if anyone has straightened such a thing out? I am reluctant to use heat, but it is just ugly enough that it would be no loss to society if it got screwed up even worse. I thought perhaps making some sort of body-buck and pouring boiling water from a kettle and using some wooden cuticle removers to quickly push the affected areas back into place. Maybe a heat gun? Would that be concentrated enough? Ideas?
  3. Just before i start this, i, like my cousin am a rookie at modeling, i have only built a few but i couldnt pass up the opportunity to try to get this model looking reasonable, i love chevy gassers and so will try to fix this with what limited knowledge i have. So this weekend my little cousin gave me this model of his, it was fairly complete but its the first model he ever made and its in such a state. Below are all the parts i got with it, he tried to make some rusty 2 lane black top style chevy, but it really hasnt turned out well. (the pictures arent great, the rust is darker than that and
  4. Does anyone know how to fix a crack/split on a body? I have a 1/16 scale 55 Chevy with a crack at the bottom of the front pillar. Any suggestions?
  5. I gotta AMT 68 gt500 and the body has been cut below the driver door from the wheel well to the middle of the door. I haven't the slightest clue how to fix it and do it right. I'd much rather trade the whole kit to a pro. 23.bmp
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