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Lee Finney

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  1. Thanks Guys. Sorry it's been a while but things got put to one side after we lost my Mum. Just getting back to it. This one has been very hard at times. It seems that every part of it is so fragile. I want to do the Revel Route Master bus next but I'm not sure if I should try my hand at airbrushing. I have had good results this time hand painting and I guess it's a more traditional method. Be interesting to see people's opinions on this. I promise I will reply quicker next time.
  2. When I get time I will share a pic of the model. I am impressed with how it looks so far. I have hand painted it but have used humbrol paints instead as I find them better. The conversion chart is a God send. I want to try airbrushing in the future but will need to practice first. That might be better for when I restore the dinky/corgi toy cars.
  3. Thanks everyone, that has given me a few ideas to try. My wife does card and jewellery making so I may raid her stuff to see what she has got. Might ask first though hey!!
  4. Ok...so I'm not having much look getting new clear parts for my 1:26 scale phantom ll continental. Could they be made? And if so what would be the best stuff to use?
  5. I am building a Revell Phantom ll Continental (1934) 1:16 scale no. 07459. It appears that the clear parts section has gone missing. (I have looked everywhere!). Revell informed me that the kit has not been produced for a couple of years so they can't help me with the clear parts section. Can anybody offer advise or does anyone have the bits going spare.