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Re: My experience is the same

June 8 2011 at 4:42 PM
D. McKeever  (Login D_McKeever)
from IP address 207.38.253.34


Response to My experience is the same

Hey Michael (Rinaldi),

For what it is worth, I am using auto primer, I have been told it is the same as the stuff in hobby shops, but this could be wrong.
Just wanted to make sure it is safe, so that I am not sorry.
I might test regular paint on an unused portion (onne panel is different for the tamiya kit).
EDIT: One thing, the bolts and the ribbing do have detailing htat could be obscured by priming.
Also, it is just too damn hot outside all of a sudden.



    
This message has been edited by D_McKeever from IP address 207.38.253.34 on Jun 8, 2011 4:46 PM


 
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  3. Hey David (McKeever) - Michael Kirchoff on Jun 9, 2011, 12:57 PM
    1. Hugs and kisses.... - Andy King on Jul 24, 2011, 4:19 PM
     


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