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7mm Scorpio Outside Framed Siphon G


Kev_Lewis

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Evening all,

 

I've been considering starting a blog on here for a while and Wenlock's enthusiasm to see photo's of my Siphon G has propmted me to start. My workbench thread will continue to document my larger builds and this blog I plan to use to show my small and past builds.

 

The Siphon G was pretty simple to put together, just a bit time consuming because the sides are made up from several overlays. The olny change I made to the standard kit was to replace the corridor connectors with those from JLTRT. I just didn't like the folded bits of paper.

 

Firstly in primer:

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Completed, with the weathering started:

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FInally lined up next to my WEP Fruit D:

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Since taking the last photo's I've finished the weathering, so there will probably be another photo in the future.

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These look very nice, I remember seeing the siphon on the bench when you started the 14XX.

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These look very nice, I remember seeing the siphon on the bench when you started the 14XX.

 

Thanks Peter,

 

Yeah, that was a good few months ago! I built the Siphon G over three weeks just before xmas last year, but it's taken me seven months to get around to painting and weathering it.

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Hi Kev, good to hear your starting a blog, i'm looking forward to seeing more of your work. You've made a really neat job on both wagons, excellent stuff. I can see myself heading towards the Scorpio stand at Telford, it looks like their kits go together really well if your siphon is anything to go by.

 

Best wishes

 

Dave

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I can see myself heading towards the Scorpio stand at Telford,

 

They'll be getting some more of my money at Telford too!

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