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Ballistically Failed Q64 M35, sadly 'restored'

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    Default Ballistically Failed Q64 M35, sadly 'restored'

    Guys,

    Bit of a shame, I will try to take it back to whatever lies beneeth.

    Theres nothing to loose!

    This has taken me two days to work out, there was a top tip from zwerge to email pics to yourself and it will automaticaly resize, I wish I knew that a while ago as it would have given years back on my life.

    Many Thanks

    Jock
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    Default Re: Ballistically Failed Q64 M35, sadly 'restored'

    Looks like a pretty thin coating, so you may not have
    too much trouble removing it !
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Default Re: Ballistically Failed Q64 M35, sadly 'restored'

    Its still a nice shell an its interesting to see a quist with the 35 vent instead of the big m40 vent.it will be nice to see whats underneath,many as you know had the luftshutz decal to the front ,maybe part of it is still there/lv
    Last edited by LAS VEGAS; 06-30-2010 at 11:07 AM.

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    Default Re: Ballistically Failed Q64 M35, now re-restored!

    Guys,

    That went far better than I thought it would. no sign of decals but the original blue is easier on the eye than the previous effort!

    Inside the dome is a bit corroded and the repaint is stuck there, still at least the inside of the neck guard is ok.

    Jock
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    Default Re: Ballistically Failed Q64 M35, sadly 'restored'

    Looking better, you are doing a great job.
    Cheers
    Nuno

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    Quote by NunoGTI View Post
    Looking better, you are doing a great job.
    Cheers
    Nuno
    Cheers Nuno, I had a go at sorting a decal before and made a bit of an arse of it, so this was a bit of a surprise, the original paint is very hard wearing!

    Jock

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    Default Re: Ballistically Failed Q64 M35, sadly 'restored'

    Looking good, Jock !

    It is much better in it's original colour !
    Regards,


    Steve.

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