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Nice fix that Andy. I still can't get my head around what it must have been like sitting next to all of that jellyfied petroleum. My rear end would have been going half crown, sixpence all the time!

 

John.

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I think if you added a drizzle of pva around the handle they would look more rounderish. as is, they are still a much improved version than kit's.

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On 07/12/2019 at 00:13, s.e.charles said:

I think if you added a drizzle of pva around the handle they would look more rounderish

 

Yes, that should work. I'll do that when I've got them all on.

 

It's been a busy weekend, so I've not made as much progress with the Wasp as I was hoping to. The only work that's happened was to add the strengthening plates ahead of the door openings which aren't included with the kit. These were fairly simple additions made from thin (0.25mm) styrene sheet.

 

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Getting these fitted will hopefully speed things up now, as it means I can get a coat of paint around the footwell and firewall area, which I want to do before I fit the instrument panel and bonnet. Once they're in place I should be able to get the rest of the body painted.

 

Andy:cat:

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