Keeping this one, Walter wolf's 2nd car , A labour of love .
Status: New built
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What can I say , its taken me about a year (on and off) to finish it , the chassis is ultra simple , the body isn't . the body took a lot of preperation before any paint to remove moulding lines etc , then after paint a lot of polishing . there are 2 really tough jobs on this car, no 1 is detailing the black parts which I chose to spray , the time it takes to mask this is incredible (about 4 hours solid) . no 2 is glueing the main window in , after much hassle I have found it is best to scuff the area's to be glued on the window and the body (I chose the A &C pillars) and then use 5 min epoxy and 4 small clamps , its a very tricky job to say the least . This is one of my favourite cars now , its built using all original parts - boxed bodyset , silver wheels painted !
AWWWWW super nice job mate , the attention to detail on those windows and arches is ace
Great job on your Countach. Looking at your masking job is the very reason I haven't finished my countach off. That is a lot of masking for so little black. But to get the best finish you must spray it
Its been in the loft for 6 months painted blue !
Tamiya masking tape is the best
I'm speechless!... The best Countach I've seen mate! Mouth watering stuff!!! Ya can paint mine if ya want
great masking job, nice work!!
Who needs airbrushes when you have Tamiya Masking Tape and Halfords car spray. Impressive!
So Alan, when did you say you were posting it to me ???? STUNNING
old but still a stunner!
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