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Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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Builds like this make me want to build something!
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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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Nice and clean work, looking great!
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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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An inspirational build. I am about to start the Hasegawa 1976 312T2 and am wondering about the wings. I believe they were polished aluminum so do I leave them chrome as they come in the kit? Or something else?
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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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Looks very good & reminds Me of my Build of this Kit 14 Years ago :) . Only my modest Opinion is that You could tighten the Cowling Screws a bit to get rid of that Gap between the Cowling halves.
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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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It looks great. I'm thinking about building my T4 again.
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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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Nicely finished. How did you finish the wings? They look fantastic.
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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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Daveporschephile wrote: Tue May 18, 2021 11:02 am An inspirational build. I am about to start the Hasegawa 1976 312T2 and am wondering about the wings. I believe they were polished aluminum so do I leave them chrome as they come in the kit? Or something else?
The chrome of the kit is perfect.
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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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vekkuli wrote: Tue May 18, 2021 12:29 pm Looks very good & reminds Me of my Build of this Kit 14 Years ago :) . Only my modest Opinion is that You could tighten the Cowling Screws a bit to get rid of that Gap between the Cowling halves.
Thank you for your advice, I will try with the screws of the kit.
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