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Dr. Cranky

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It was fun to watch this build from beginning to completion..... now get to work on that Blazer. Hahahaha! :lol: I'd like to see you do a detailed 4x4 trail rig. I'm just sayin'.... I'm not trying to tell you what to build.

Thanks again for the cool Dirty Sancho project !!!

RIZ

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Oh gosh, yes. I remember it all too well. Ah, man, it reminds me of the fun old days of the mags . . . Plastic Fanatic, etc . . . it's a shame when a magazine loses its sense of humor.

Thank heavens Gregg is insane and he hasn't lost his sense of humor . . .

Oh, gee, maybe he's eavesdropping! :lol::lol::lol:

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Cranky-

I like the weathering that you did. I have questions. How did you do the salt technique? How did you get it to stick to the body? Did you spray it first with Dullcote to get it to stick and what kind of salt? Was it Kosher? (Just kidding on the last one.)

Later-

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Cranky-

I like the weathering that you did. I have questions. How did you do the salt technique? How did you get it to stick to the body? Did you spray it first with Dullcote to get it to stick and what kind of salt? Was it Kosher? (Just kidding on the last one.)

Later-

Thanks for asking. I wrote an article for the mag a few issues ago . . .

You can read about the method in detail here:

http://modelcarsmag.netricksmedia.com/

Also, I use water because it works on melting the salt a little and I've always believed this helps create the right effects. And yes, I do use all types of salts, including Kosher!!! B):D:angry:

Sometimes I use the kind in my bagels!!!

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