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Old 10th March 2011, 13:55   #91
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I just went through this entire thread and I have to say Iím impressed, very impressed! As a newbie Iím not sure I would go to such detail but you have inspired me to be better.

My hat is off to you. F
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Old 19th March 2011, 08:18   #92
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Nice work. A thought about softening model plastics or for that matter any material is by using a heat gun or hair dryer, that way you could have intense heat which allows malleability very quickly, you can also obtain blistering or scorched effects without the use of bare flames.
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Old 11th August 2012, 11:19   #93
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Last edited by TCWORLD; 11th August 2012 at 13:23. Reason: Fixed the picture for you :)
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Old 11th August 2012, 12:34   #94
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Dont know what went wrong there ???

Please try again.

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Dont know what went wrong there ???

Please try again.

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I don't either, thanks for getting the pic up , I will try to post the rest, this was to show the prototype for a chev I built to emulate it.

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What had happened is that you ended up using both HTML tags, and BBCode tags, so the url was wrong.
If you go to "Image Hosting" at the top, select "My images". Under each image there is a line which is labeled "BB Code IMG". Just copy the code next to that and paste it in one of your posts.
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Wow ! I think this may work ! If it has here is a car I tried to get to match the prototype.
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[img]http://www.all-model-railroading.co.uk/forum/imagehosting/1059503025e31b034

Ok , another try.
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OK If this works There should be a rusty 47 chev showing. The prototype has already been seen a few posts up. Here are some more of the Hot wheels modelhttp://www.all-model-railroading.co.uk/forum/imagehosting/thum_105950425e013e1f4.jpg[/img][/url]
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