Model: (Click to see more) 58452: Sand Scorcher
Status: Project
Date: 1-May-2021
Comments: 2
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After soliciting on the forum for suggestions on airbrush setups, I went with a pretty basic one as my first foray into paint spray for the vintage bodies.
The rattle cans still feel a little heavy handed to me, so I'm going to see how the airbrush works out on a new body after this one is done - though still needs a few more hours of work, which can translate into weeks or even months.

1 1 1 1 1 2 1 Airbrush cleaner kit should be useful 1 Still work in progress, but some better results .. 1 Next interior & overall touch up before lacquer 1 Airbrush will be an acquired skill also 1 1 1 1 2 1 2

If you liked those pictures, you should see these...
Sand Scorcher Slow Build Redux




Looks the business and so does that Scorcher!!



Thanks Mad! I reworked those hood petals and some other areas as I documented previously and I feel like they came out a little tighter looking this time around, so guess I'm doing something right. The camera shows flaws a lot better than the eye can, so I like to use the pics as a guide. Not sure if I'm going to do the LED lights on this one, but still have to finalize various bits and pieces before I hit it the whole thing with couple coats of lacquer.

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