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A clunker car

   In the last days, I worked on the pre-Cooter General Lee. First of all, I removed all the graphics from the shell using a simple nail varnish remover. Subsequently, I used a thin sandpaper to remove the bright coat and now the orange paint looks more opaque and unattended: I need to correct some points, especially on the roof, but in the next days I will try to add the "rust effect", so the car will appear like a real clunker car!! Finally, I put the "01" graphic on the doors and then I created the CB antenna for the trunk.
   In the next few days, I will continue to work on this model (especially on the interior), so stay tuned!!

Posted by: Fabiano on Wed 1/14/2009 at 11:39   04

Tags: days, clunker, subsequently, unattended, sandpaper, interior, continue, graphics, remover, correct

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2009/01/14 Fab says:
Great job !
What did you use to do the antenna ? it looks cool !

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2009/01/14 Fabiano says:
Thank you very much Fabrice!
To create the antenna I used a rubber for the base and a broom string for the stem.

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2009/01/15 Max Pujol says:
Complimenti Fabiano, senza lucido rende molto.
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2009/01/15 Fabiano says:
Grazie Max, devo insistere ancora un pochino per rendere perfettamente liscia la superficie e poi devo cercare di ricreare l'effetto ruggine. Speriamo!!
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