Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

Filing the side of a stretched car is incredibly relaxing. I had a nice evening with the Vette last night. I started with the needle files (on JB Weld)

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At a certain point the files just take off too much metal. That’s when I switch to my favorite shaping tool. Sand paper on a blister (seriously).

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I use a lot of primer to check the body lines.

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After the first pass I was less than impressed. Here’s the other side.

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Round two.

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Looking a bit better. A little primer to check the body lines...

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Now this I can deal with. (other side)

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This side needs a bit more work. Then strip, final sand, and paint.

The AristoCort (Name courtesy of Philipilihp) was given a bit of attention tonight.

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The Escort interior was mocked in, bases cut, a lot of plastic was removed tonight.

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Haha
Haha

I didn’t realize when I started this one that I’d be swapping a 356 for an Escort.

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OK, Here’s the score on the AristoCort...

It looks like

356-6, Escort-3.

The Porsche motor will be used elsewhere
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Now for the “Trucks Offroad”

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My weekend is just starting. Hope your week doesn’t suck.

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