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Thanks Bo, yes I went back and forth on the color of that strut...

March 22 2012 at 1:39 PM

Ken Brooks  (Login blacksheep65)
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Response to Excellent!! Just beautiful!!

and the photo's I have of the Enola Gay in my opinion just don't look like Yellow ZC. The deciding factor for me is the Enola Gay and Bock's Car today. They both are silver paint and so that is the evidence I'm going with.

As far as the exhuast I'm going to tweek them a little more with color and I would do it a little differently next time. I didn't add the tips until the engine halves were together as an after thought, but If I were to go again, I would do it from the inside and I think I would have pulled it off a little bit better.

Hey Terry Dean if you're reading this; another plug for a resin request on the exhausts!!

Thanks again!!
Ken

 
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