Post by sportabout on Jun 29, 2019 11:31:01 GMT -5
I have not built replica stock models for years. Although I love most '68-'70 Changers I chose '67 model because it is a fastback like Rambler Marlin. No Foose parts will be used but some wiring will be added.
Parts are now washed. Lots of work ahead. One month time to built, is it even possible...
In instrucktions engine block color is Chrysler engine red, bellhousing gunmetal and A-833 transmission semi gloss black. Those colors must be for Foose model and I have not found any pictures to that color combination.
Block, bellhousing and transmission should be like this 1966 Street Hemi. Is it correct to 1967 Street Hemi too? I'm going use Tamiya TS-12 spray to Hemi orange because any correct color spray are not available or can't be made.
Post by sportabout on Jul 10, 2019 12:37:01 GMT -5
Parts are now primered. I used Tamiya gray primer for body, chassis and engine because they will be painted Tamiya paints. Rest parts are painted with automotive grey primer and will be painted with different black sprays.
Post by sportabout on Jul 31, 2019 16:10:26 GMT -5
Summer is great time to do garden work and clean the storage. The storage will be my hobby room but it needs much renovation. Not much time left for modelling. Nevertheless chassis and engine parts are painted.
Last Edit: Jul 31, 2019 16:12:02 GMT -5 by sportabout