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  1. WIP can be found here: WIP Lotus 49 Nuts and Bolts: Various T2M, Top Studio and RB Motion as well as the RB Motion DFV cam cover bolt set Wiring and Cables: T2M, MFH, and MFH kit tubing Paint: Alclad Metalizers Alclad Grey Primer Tamiya TS-43, Tamiya TS-16 and Zero Paints 2K Clear
  2. Hi all! I started this one a little while ago but I've been way to busy to get time to post up a diary on the forums until now! So this is the Lotus 49 driven by the late Jim Clark in the South Africa GP of 1968, this was the last formula 1 race Jim Clark drove before his untimely death. This is an MFH kit which means lots of white metal and resin with zero plastic! Despite MFH kits being designed to a very high level of detail there are some areas and issues which need to be improved on and corrected. As the build gather pace I will go through the amendments and modifications made. To start here is some photos of the box and the kit contents: The box contents: This is how I organize my MFH builds, unlike traditional kits, the parts aren't on sprues which means you need to organize them based on their step in the instructions, once you have your parts organised like this then it becomes much easier to build without delays and it also will help you to single out any parts which are missing: The version I am building is the 1968 South African GP, Jim Clark: Some of the books I am using for reference, there are some more which I will post later on: I hope to update this thread soon so stay tuned!
  3. My entry for the group build! The plan is to get started and build as much as possible as quickly as possible as I will be on holidays for 3 weeks in November, so I wont have much time to get this finished up by the time I get back! I am going to be using a few detail up parts, not sure how much I will use at this point and I'm sure there will be some scratch building involved as well. I managed to buy this kit from someone on another forum and he had a Studio 27 detail up set for this, not sure how good it is but hopefully I will be able to make some use of it. I will also be using Zero Paints for this build Heres whats in the box plus a few detail stuff from MFH and Ejan on the left hand side I'm really looking forward to building this since its been almost 6 months since I last step foot in my workroom! updates to come and should come pretty quickly!
  4. WIP can be found here: Lotus Type 78 Detail Up Sets Used: Studio 27 Detail Up Set EJan DFV Funnel and Distributor Set MFH Air Funnel Mesh Decals: Tamiya Kit Decals (for the various warning signs and detail parts) Tabu Decals (for the biscuit coloured lines and JPS logos) Indycals Decals (for other various parts) Nuts and Bolts: Various T2M, Top Studio and RB Motion Wiring and Cables: T2M, MFH, and Tamiya Kit Tubing Paint: Alclad Metalizers Tamiya Semi Gloss Black TS-29 Decanted (Engine, Suspension, Chassis and all Body Parts) Alclad Grey Primer Gravity Colors 2K Clear
  5. Hi all, I finished up a client build of the NSR500 Daytona 200 version. The main differences between the Daytona version and the standard 1984 NSR500 are: - no vents on the rear tail section for the Daytona 200 version - different colour scheme for the rear hugger - different colour scheme for the cowlings - fuel fillers on both side of the bike (on the main fairing) So overall a little bit of modifying was required. I didn't do a build diary for this one because it was a client build that originally had a fairly tight deadline. In terms of detail, both axles, and the controls section were heavily detailed, the engine was not because the cowlings are permanently attached to the bike, I used the kit chain for this one as well. On with the pics, any questions feel free to ask
  6. WIP Can be found here: Tyrrell Ford 003 WIP Detail Up Sets Used: EJan DFV Funnel set Decals: Kit decals (Jackie Stewart) Nuts and Bolts: T2M and Top Studio Wiring and Cables: T2M, AZRM and MFH Paint: Alclad Metalizers (Engine and Components) Alclad Grey Primer Zero Paints Tyrrell Blue Zero Paints 2K Clear
  7. A total departure from what I have been building recently! I decided to build this for a few reasons: 1) its an Ebbro kit and I wanted to see how well they have engineered their kits 2) I feel like something very different from what I have been recently building 3) I like cars and bikes that have their engines on display, this allows me to add the extra detail that I have OCD about! 4) I wanted to build something that won't take months on end to make (although I think point might end up being mute!) Anways onwards with the build! First impressions... What an ugly car! the front nose (shark nose) is so ugly I don't even know why I bought this kit! I should have gone for the blunt nose version which was the Tyrrell 004! Apparently despite its grotesque looks it did extremely well in the 1971 Formula One season, in fact it basically annihilated the opposition and Jackie Stewart was the driver who won the championship by a huge margin. So because the nose section is ugly I have decided to build this with the cowlings removed and I will build some miniature bodywork stands to sit next to the finished model. This will mean I will have to add some detail to the parts which will be uncovered, like the footwell area, behind the gauges, and at the front where the steering and suspension arms are (So that basically nullifies my 4th reason above for building this kit!) Heres the boxart (Ebbro are... How shall I say.... pretty unique with their boxart......) First up was to work on the bodyparts, these are all the parts that make up the cowling, they will all be painted Tyrrell Blue (Zero Paints). Not a fan of the ejection marks on the left hand side part and their placement where the footwell is as later on once complete those marks will show. The fitment of all the bodyparts are very tight, meaning once I put some paint on, the clearance between parts will be exteremely tight so I will probably have to do a little bit of massaging of the parts to get them to fit. I actually prefer it that way rather than having gaps between parts etc. I attached the shark nose together which consists of 4 pieces to make the structure of it and checked the fitment to the main cowling the fit was perfect without any adjustments required Next up was primer then the colour coat, the paint went on very well and the blue looks like an excellent match! Once again I tested the fitment after paint went on and the clearance was very tight so I might have to sand off the paint on the edges further down the line. That said I will be displaying this with the nose section removed so fitment isnt that important. Thanks for reading, I plan to build this one as fast as possible so stay tuned!!
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