It's one of those projects I really need to be focused and motivated for, otherwise I'm afraid I'll start cutting corners and do things in any fashion just to get it done. It's sitting in full view on my bench just to remind me it's still there.
I am presently in talks with a tool and die maker to see about the feasability of having some corrugated rolls made to roll my own corrugated aluminum to the correct scale width. The actual bird is 1.5 inch corrugations. The .030 spacing I am using from K&S works out to roughly an inch. We'll see.
Thanks for the inquiry 'Dad.
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