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About Pascal

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  • Birthday 01/16/1970

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    Houthalen Belgium
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    Spitfires, Ferrari's

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  1. I followed this "live" a couple of years ago. It's still a masterpiece ! Sincerely Pascal
  2. Very nice work with those tiny details. The french tricolore looks great ! Sincerely Pascal
  3. That's not a restauration, it's a major upgrade. Stunning work. Sincerely Pascal
  4. Nice work. Following with great interest, I have 3 of these kits in my stash. Sincerely Pascal
  5. That looks superb ! Very nice work, great details on this very small scale. Sincerely Pascal
  6. Hi Nick, I took a good look at this photo. What's the white thing that's on the left of the Ferrari emblem on the plenum ? Is that a piece of frame from the printing process ? Is it possible to get the Magneti Marelli emblem sharper detailed ? It's looks a bit of when compared with the numbers on the block. Sincerely Pascal
  7. Progress is very slow because - despite all models being Bburago's - there are quite a few tiny differences between each model. So every part that I make, has to be tailored to a specific model. Used some plasticard to enlarge a part of the body : With some plastic strips and putty, I made the top of the beams round, needs a bit more sanding : Here's my handmade frame, every frame is a bit wider, lower or higher depending on which model it will be fixed to: Used CA and a steel nail
  8. Metallic yellow = giallo tristano , nice color for the 599GTB. This is a 599GTO :
  9. Looks mighty fine Nick. I'm still looking for the oil pipe, hope to find some photos today. Sincerely Pascal
  10. The paint is terrible ? You're selling yourself short here mate . Yes some parts are a bit rough, but I see patina and weathering on a lot of parts, it makes them look very authentic in my opinion. Good job Nick.
  11. Some very small fit issues with the water cooling pipes, but overall very nice work Nick !
  12. A bit late, but this photo might still be handy for the shape of the gasket : Underside of the block : Gearbox from an unusual angle : Angles and curves : Water cooling pipe attachment : Pulley and connectors : Will look for more oil pipe photos this afternoon. Sincerely Pascal
  13. Hi Nick, This is how Autograph made the pipe : And this is the only photo that I've found sofar : I'll look at the DVD tomorrow and see if I can take some more screenshots. Sincerely Pascal
  14. When's the first test run ? Wonderful work Nick.
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