New Z1-A project

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Zedboy
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Re: New Z1-A project

Postby Zedboy » Tue Nov 19, 2019 8:46 am

Doubt it'll be ready for Chrissy, but close?
Started on the switches yesterday..
Previous Pete had painted them rather nicely in Gloss Black, but that's not for me :naughty:
Stripped them back and coated with Satin Black...can see the date codes now :dance:
Now the fun part...trying to piece them all back together. Personally I wouldn't have totally dismantled them :hmmm:
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Re: New Z1-A project

Postby Trodz » Wed Nov 20, 2019 1:25 am

Looking good, still can’t work out how you can achieve so much.
My progress is abysmal in comparison.



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Re: New Z1-A project

Postby Zedboy » Wed Nov 20, 2019 6:57 am

Trodz wrote:Looking good, still can’t work out how you can achieve so much.
My progress is abysmal in comparison.

You probably have a life though!
:lol:



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Re: New Z1-A project

Postby Zedboy » Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:02 pm

Haven't got far, but did finish painting the switches today. Probably shouldn't have filled in the "Pa" and "PO" lettering though...better remedy that afterwards :red:
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