67 camero by wongday

Discussion in 'Commercial & Civilian Vehicles' started by blake7, Jun 30, 2016.

  1. blake7

    blake7 Member

    Thought I would try wongday's 67 camero. It is only two pages. I needed a break from doing MK II vipers recolors. I started with the base, and wheels, which is the second page. The instructions are a White PDO.

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  2. blake7

    blake7 Member

    First page is the body. The last two pictures are of the finished model.

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  3. blake7

    blake7 Member

    Just a couple of pictures to show the size.

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  4. zathros

    zathros -----SENIOR---- Administrator

    That model is a lot smaller than I though. The body lines are pretty good. The fender flares could be cut back, and are a good candidate for water forming. This came out nice and has much potential.

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  5. blake7

    blake7 Member

    I think it would have turned out beautiful if my build skills were a lot better. I have his Herbie the Love Bug printed out as well. It is four pages with this as the first page.

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  6. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

    I LOOOOOOVE NO. 53..! :):):)
  7. zathros

    zathros -----SENIOR---- Administrator

    I love Beetles also, but unless you form the Fenders using a wet forming technique, they always ruin the model. Those compound radii are extremely form in a credible fashion. The alternative is building the fenders up, making a filler, and sanding them smooth, the paint the whole model. :)
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  8. blake7

    blake7 Member

    This is the rear and front fenders for Herbie.

  9. zathros

    zathros -----SENIOR---- Administrator

    If you cut thr tabs of of those parts, then, using a Hard Rod with a Ball shape, you will be able to form them into rounder surfaces. When gluing times comes, use thin (in thickness) pieces of paper to glue them together, before the glue completely drives, make sure the seams are cut so no black lines remain, and use the tool to finish rounding them from the inside, and that should give you some pretty good looking fenders. :)

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