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Hi Eddie,

All you need is some liquid tin, if not availeble some normal tin on a coil and some brass sheet.

If you go to a shop where they do engravings they always have leftovers of brass sheet, and 9 out of 10 times they give these leftovers away for free.

For materials you need a torch, a soldering iron, a small iron saw, some files and a nr.800, 1000 and 2000 waterproof sandpaper. Perhaps cooling clamps, to prevent the heat conduction all over the brass, is maybe the most difficult thing to find, but some pliers will also do the trick. These are so basic materials, surely you must have some do it your self shops that sell them, even in Argentina?

There where some tutorials here on the forum, but I just can't recall where to find them. Perhaps there are others that can point these out here on the forum.

Or like Phil sad, a standard Penelope chassis, is perhaps the easiest way.

Cheers,
Danny
 

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Thanks for answers!!!
I've just bought some chassis for monogram ferrari, maybe it helps.
Beardog's looks great, and Penelope's needs some detailing, specially at the rear, but it's a start.
After seeing some amazing works, inspiring me to do something.
I have lots of F1 to work on.
Let's start working !!!
Cheers, Eddie.
 
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