This is what happens when passion gets out of hand. A clutch of Airfix Beetles on PCS chassis. Despite appearances no two are the same, and all have different characteristics on track. Fun to build but tricky in parts. Thank you again for your time in looking.
I find that Milliput needs damp fingertips or tools to work well. It can get thick, and too much water does make it run and take a very long time to dry. A damp finger helps to smooth seams and fillets, although I have only used it a few times.
Clearly there are much more experienced artisans than me.
Economic value is only realized if you sell it. At that point it's no longer yours....so it has no economic value when it's yours (only potential value to someone else). That's where sentiment plays a role.
Ahhhh....camp songs. Ditties for the campfire, not the home hearth. We grandparents sometimes enjoy passing them along....
Hopefully the gator know the difference or he will be disappointed by the chunk of Beetle he looks prepared to take off.
Funny how a little fuel in the chip truck all of a sudden results in a reversed hysteria. Plastic fools indeed. Ghandi should take care he doesn't disable the van entirely. He would need to make lots of sandwiches then..
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