Monogram Orange Hauler.

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Built box stock, the kit has a date of 1990 (Second Edition) Great kit to build. I've added slash cut alloy exhaust pipes.

The kit has fully working steering by the steering wheel.

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The only part missing was no. 49 which helped prop open the windscreen, so I cut a small piece of chrome sprue to take it's place.

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John Race

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Looks good Patrick.
Nice touch with using the piece of sprue like that .:thumb2:
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Thanks John. Yes the part missing folds away, this one I take out and put back in!
 

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Very nice Patrick
 

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Hi Patrick
Nicely done. Paintwork is excellent or is it the colours of the plastic.
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Thanks guys. Yes it is the colour of the plastic, as it was a quality moulding it polished it with Micro-Gloss.
 

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I remember this kit from when they first appeared in the 60's! Quite futuristic back then. Still a little out there now. Lovely job on the fit and finish Patrick.
Cheers, Rick H.
 

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Well if that is the plastic you have done a great job of construction, can't see any glue marks and the polishing is excellent.
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Thanks guys, yes the orange bodyshell was in fantastic shape so no paint required. I hand painted all of the small parts on the engine and suspension.
 

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Looks like a fifties Pontiac concept car. Very cool. Excellent finishes. PaulE
 
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