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Tamiya 1/6th Honda CB750Four
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PostPosted: November 13th, 2017, 8:37 pm 
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As I managed to buy this at Telford this weekend...

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I no longer really have an excuse for not cracking on with this...

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although never having used Zero Paints before I may practice on my spare Airfix 1/8th CB750Four first.

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Tamiya 1/6th Honda CB750Four
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PostPosted: November 14th, 2017, 11:06 am 
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Ooh you are soooooooo lucky my favorite bike in my favorite colour. I can only find it for silly money. Look forward to watching this.


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This should make for an interesting build, Al. I've never used Zero paints either but, from what I can gather, they are a popular choice amongst the car and bike modelling fraternity.

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PostPosted: November 15th, 2017, 3:02 pm 
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great subject i owned one of these bikes and i was a brilliant bike to ride it was also in that colour, i use zero paints a lot and they are very good as long as you don`t try try put wet coats on just keep putting very light coats on till you get the build up of colour that you want, they are base coats so it will dry matt and will need clear coating but they are very good paints to use and dry very quickly so you can paint the colour and clear coat it in a day if you want, i am realy looking forward to this build


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