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John Race17/02/2017 14:46:22
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John.

That has certainly work well on the pipethumbs up

John.

Andy Claesens17/02/2017 15:10:05
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Wow!star

Andybeer

John Ballard17/02/2017 21:40:06
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Ta chaps.

A little more today. Got the tank on and the fuel lines connected. Both fenders are now attached as ia the front wheel. I also got one of those liquid chrome felt pens to try so I have applied it to the front brake lever.

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I also got the rear light cluster painted and installed.

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Still seems to be lots of bits left on the sprues.

John

Peter Day 117/02/2017 21:46:01
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Wow, beautiful work John - looks like a real, full-sized bike. Lovely variety of textures.

Peter.

SprueOne18/02/2017 02:15:51
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Yeah, that is looking real real

John Ballard18/02/2017 20:21:03
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Thanks guys really enjoying this in a masochistic way.

A little while ago someone mentioned a new Liquid Chrome felt pen and suggested it may work well for headlight interiors. Well I went ahead and got one and tried it out on my head light. I think it looks great. Highly recommended.

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Simply done with the felt pen over Tamiya primer.

John

Scottie18/02/2017 20:32:19
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John,

​This whole build is stupendous, That chrome pen gives a wonderful finish. Where did you get it?

Scottie

John Ballard18/02/2017 20:39:04
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Scottie Thanks mate. I got the pen online through Amazon. It is made by molotow.com and my supplier happened to be from Wales.

John

Dave S 418/02/2017 21:10:00
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Smashing.

AND you will never have to spend 2hrs+ with sponge, bucket, rag, hose & Autosol cleaning it after a ride in the wet.

Richard Pearce 118/02/2017 23:06:11
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Great work John looks excellent indeed.Did you use the Tamiya chrome silver marker that you have to shake and push down to work it?.
Richard

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