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I probably would have practiced my skills on one of the Quartzo's first, then progressed to the Spark. Nevertheless the Galaxie looks great and has a really nice feel to it.
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Now this is something I would like to know more about but have never taken the plunge or got the confidence to do. Impressed with your Galaxie mind, very effective.
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Jager wrote:I probably would have practiced my skills on one of the Quartzo's first, then progressed to the Spark. Nevertheless the Galaxie looks great and has a really nice feel to it.
My thoughts exactly.
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Very nice! I have to confess, l tried something similar with one on my older Minichamps Porsches and the outcome was a total disaster. So l know, it is not an easy thing. It would be great, if you post the individual steps and tips of how you do it, next time you your next project.
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