Steve Wilson Ahhh! haaa! so you've succumbed, well done You won't regret it, just be prepared, you will be using your already acquired modelling skills, but you will also be learning new ones and also ones you didn't know existed. Although you've purchased the older all metal kit its still a great kit, its the one I have... Are you doing it as Wolfgang Von Trips car???
Alexander Aristides Cronvall I will wait a year or 10 until i feel ready for her. before that i will just take care of her and provide her with my best storage space. but i think this feels more natural for me to work with. i been working with metal all my life and have my own little sheet metal/welding company. but it will definitely be a challenge that's for sure, but a fun one ! and yes you can read my mind Steve it will be built with my lucky number 4, but i will build mine in one piece. and hopefully i will have more luck than Mr wolfgang had :/
14. February 2013 at 15:05:11
Steve Wilson That'll certainly stand you in good stead, nice one Alex...
14. February 2013 at 15:15:17
Alexander Aristides Cronvall The fun thing about being succumbed is that i'll have to get her a mate on the shelf now and there is only one car that can do that job in my house. the Aston db4 zagato. when all the other kids had posters of the Mclaren F1 and Diablos i had a poster of a 30year old Aston and i still today think that it's one of the most beautiful bodies ever made except for maybe the Dbr1 and the Bugatti type 57. but those two seems to be a no show in the modeling world.
14. February 2013 at 15:41:18
Steve Wilson That's how it starts Alex!!! That's how it starts!!!
Then those two start breeding, they're like B1%dy Rabbits
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