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A Land Rover Series 1 of indeterminate length. Step 9. Summary.

Mick Bonwick

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That's all I plan to do with this subject, remembering that it was an exercise in weathering for as little cost as possible/practical.

 

I have attempted to clear an area of windscreen where the wiper would have cleaned, but on reflection (!) that was not such a good idea. The wheels were only made muddy on one side.

 


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Just for comparison, the topic started here:

 


http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/blog/2349/entry-21469-a-land-rover-series-1-109-introduction/

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The trouble is that I'm now going to have to buy another one to continue showing the before and after comparisons at workshops and exhibitions.

 

I need to find something else to work on, now. Any ideas?

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Thanks for that Mick I enjoyed that. I'll look forward to the next project. How about the wagons you had at The Great Electric Train show or a BR 12 ton Van/ Brake Van?

Steve.

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Just though of another project, how about a VDA or VAA van?

Steve

 

Now there's a thought! I wonder if I've got one tucked away somewhere. . . . . . . 

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