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  1. i built mine many years ago. love the detail of the model and yours looks great. however, shouldn't the bonnet latches behind the front wheel arches be chrome?
  2. looks much better .
  3. I don't know why, but I love the look of the body in primer.
  4. i can see lots of faults. I think you should scrap it and start again.
  5. i see you've left some of the decals off. i had trouble with the ones that go around the engine intakes, so i left those off. nice job overall.
  6. that roof section looks really good. great job.
  7. there would only be a handful of F40's in Australia and until they turn 30, they cannot be registered for everyday use. Unless one of the owners wants to spend a heap of money converting them to RHD.
  8. i built this one a long time ago. the only issue I can remember having is that the turbo's & pipes didn't connect up properly. so glad I got to see a real one in the flesh during the 60 year celebrations.
  9. that looks great, good thinking 99.
  10. i love the zipper decal.
  11. i don't know if this angle helps you, although it does show that it's attached to a black hose at the firewall.
  12. so the tow truck needs a tow truck. nice job.
  13. thank you. if I ever get back into kit building, I think i'll just stick with not using clear coat.
  14. great work so far, but how do you know which decals you can clear coat and which ones you can't?