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Post by agnaldo on Mon 24 Jan 2011, 1:57 am

Sorry, I'm using Google translator.

Good afternoon everyone.

After a long time just to participate in the forum, commenting and always admiring the work here, but always wanting to get a kit, and with the minimum of time involved, my first post here in progress, and hope you enjoy.

Anderiormente many years got a Mustang Shelby GT-350H, but the windshield broke early on and discouraged. Ai years were buying equipment and keeping everything so that one day I had time to start another. I then began a Supra in 2008, but since I left not really into the Japanese, like the muscles and classics.

I chose the 1964 Ford Fairlane, because I think a very nice car, straight lines and elegant. My initial idea is to make it slightly lowered, with wheels of the Shelby Mustang that I have mentioned, and put some pictures to see what you want.

Very low...


I think that it is so low, is that the wheels are really small in diameter.



Already got the cuts on the front suspension and rear, although some doubts can not take a great picture, because my camera was stolen at a time and took my mother, but she gives good definition pictures in close proximity.

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Re: FINALIZED - '64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - 03/21/11

Post by agnaldo on Mon 24 Jan 2011, 2:04 am

In this photo until the service started, but stopped because he was not aligned. The idea would be to cut the red line and make a wedge between the red and black lines, to raise the pin wheel and lowering springs.



On this photo the idea is to cut the red lines and make a wedge between the black lines and then replace the pins in place. Sure, one side at a time to ensure alignment.



What do you think is best? Is there another possibility than I thought? This is incorrect as I'm doing?

I decided to do the rear recess, and according to some comment, follow the photos as I did, because I feel okay to post this piece, I learn that in addition to other newbies like me can use these forms.

At the front, just changed the pin wheel place, putting further upward, right into the chassis. Do not know if I did right, but I adapted the idea of a Mercury 49 I had.
So I increased in a pin to fit better on the wheel. What do you think?



Cut back in the area indicated in red and blue, and there I put a shim to raise in 4 mm and then paste again.


Redid the drive shaft tunnel, because the lower the cardan shaft was hitting him. He took some work to understand how I do it right, oh I did in three parts, and it worked for my first # assembly is good I think. He is now with the mass to level things and hide the seams.




Also redid the chassis a little part that hides a range of interior and chassis.


Here is the modified rear springs for lowering the car.


In just put the front wheel axles higher.


I also did a wash on the front grille and on the back too, but only photographed the front.



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Re: FINALIZED - '64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - 03/21/11

Post by tezza43 on Mon 24 Jan 2011, 9:36 am

I think what you have done so far is excellent. You seem to know where you are going with this project. I guess the general rule is "try anything you want to do", and if it works - good. The front grille looks more real now. Please keep posting this car project - we'd like to see the finished model.

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Post by zenrat on Mon 24 Jan 2011, 1:47 pm

Very good.
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Post by Kane on Mon 24 Jan 2011, 10:56 pm

Looks good. I don't think the wheels are too small at all.
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Post by boothy on Tue 25 Jan 2011, 12:14 am

good job so far the wheels and grill look great bigthumbsup
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Post by michael on Tue 25 Jan 2011, 2:33 pm

Looking good so far Keep Us Posted wow Very Happy Very Happy

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Re: FINALIZED - '64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - 03/21/11

Post by agnaldo on Wed 26 Jan 2011, 4:28 am

Sorry, I use Google translator.

Tezza43

Thanks friend, I'm really trying to think like you have to try, if successful, try something new if it did not, try again.
Thanks for the compliments, this week has further updates.

Zenrat

Thanks for following my setup, wait there's more.

Kane

Thanks for visiting and the compliments. Then, the wheels were pretty cool in it, not even small, but there are those big 19 "or 20" but for me it were perfect.

Boothy

Thanks for visiting and the compliments. I also liked the wheels on the car wash and the outcome of the grid.

Michael

Thanks buddy, I'll be putting updates this week.

Hugs to all.

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Re: FINALIZED - '64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - 03/21/11

Post by slowlylearning on Wed 26 Jan 2011, 6:21 am

Im usando Google Tradutor responder ao seu mensagem salver you o tempo de traduzir it.
That Relativamente está a observar grande até agora , muito bem cenas! Não pode espera ver more!

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Post by scummy on Wed 26 Jan 2011, 1:49 pm

slowlylearning wrote:Im usando Google Tradutor responder ao seu mensagem salver you o tempo de traduzir it.
That Relativamente está a observar grande até agora , muito bem cenas! Não pode espera ver more!
Looks like someone been drinkin too much for ozzie day ! Shocked
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Post by slowlylearning on Wed 26 Jan 2011, 5:23 pm

lol scummy, its Portuguese, the official language of Brazil Razz

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Re: FINALIZED - '64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - 03/21/11

Post by agnaldo on Thu 27 Jan 2011, 4:44 am

hehehehe

Oh yeah, the Portuguese is the official language here of Brazil...

But they can write in English even after I translate in Google.

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Re: FINALIZED - '64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - 03/21/11

Post by agnaldo on Sun 06 Feb 2011, 11:58 am

Sorry, I'm using Google translator.

Good night everybody.

Small updates. To work the entire day, but slowly.

Body painted red flash, unpolished and without varnish. I'll send varnish today. Notice that I removed the windbreak, so I thought was cool.




Chassis in the body color. Part of the front suspension that is in the body (think balance) will paint in the color of the suspension parts.


Parts of the front suspension and rear painted gun metal. Radiator in body color, but I'm hoping for dry Marcari and gun metal paint on the radiator. Motor blue. I know that is not the blue ford engine, but that's what I had here (miro blue).



Well guys, this is it. If anyone has a tip for me give some advice, I'm accepting the good. In truth, I prefer not to screw up.

Today I have paint on the bodywork, complete details of the engine and paint the interior.

Hope you enjoyed.

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Post by allan on Sun 06 Feb 2011, 12:31 pm

looking good so far.
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Post by Kane on Sun 06 Feb 2011, 12:53 pm

Nice shade of red, looking good.
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Post by Carps on Sun 06 Feb 2011, 9:36 pm

Impressive work so far Agnaldo, please keep the pitures coming.
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Re: FINALIZED - '64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - 03/21/11

Post by agnaldo on Fri 25 Feb 2011, 2:10 pm

Guys, thanks for the comment. Being my first painting until he was good, it is very smooth.

Guys, did a little update.
Here are photos of the engine, but I warn you, as the first model had problems, such as using long cables (it was ugly), a few smudges etal, something still lack of skill, but I promise more careful in the '53 Ford Victoria that I am starting. Wish I could have replaced some hoses braided cable that I have here, the problem was the connections that were not ta, lamb appropriate, but I bought some for the next.





Another engine, as the mole who forgot to put the starter.


Guys, another update. These parts are ready in a week, but I was hoping to ride to show, but since I had problems with leakage, I'll post some pictures.

Chassis. I made a drybrush not know if you can see straight. I have yet to better the next.





Radiator. I did a dry brush to make it look better. It was good??


Suspension with dry brush wear


Suspension with some of the interior. I tried a chalk banks, but ended up fouling a lot. The panel was bad cavies, I'll enhance the next.


Inside tried to do with carpet dust suede, but spun in the middle flakes need a sieve over thin, but I'm redoing Sunday and post new photos.



Guys, comment, please be very helpful in their criticism.
Hugs.


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Re: FINALIZED - '64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - 03/21/11

Post by tezza43 on Fri 25 Feb 2011, 4:47 pm

I reckon you're right on the ball Agnaldo. Red on the Fairlane looks great, and you've done a nice paint job on the wheels too. That engine is well detailed and painted. You need to keep the dry brushing technique very dry - try rubbing the paint brush on some blank paper before you paint on the model. The weathering should be light and faded. And yes you should use a sieve to apply the flocking, otherwise it lumps up. Some of the other members here may also have tips to help you. Keep at it mate.

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Post by mopar68 on Fri 25 Feb 2011, 11:49 pm

Wow this is going very well, I like it Cool
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Re: FINALIZED - '64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - 03/21/11

Post by agnaldo on Mon 28 Feb 2011, 12:11 pm

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Thank you for the comment. Surely I must have exaggerated the application of dry-brushed, but as I said is my first model, then I will improve in the next. At issue is solved already flocking to see in the next photos.

Mopar68

Thanks for the compliments and to participate, I am grateful.

Good night guys, guys in a few more updates to see how you're getting. I have to wait for the cure of the varnish, which again was not nice, is kind of sandy, thinning and looks cavies.

Photos of the interior before assembly to show how the crpete was corrected with the tips of the Master Daniel Moraes. The carpet was really groovy, but very gentle. I think it would be nice to have after one or two days a drying liquid sprayed unto glue diluted with water on top, to secure better. Is that works?? I'll try next.



And now he mounted. I tried dry-brushed in the front seat to make an aging, but I messed up ... remember seeing some banks as aging, but do not think the photos and do not even remember which wire model.




Now photos of the chassis to see it mounted. Put a ferrule sleeve fishing in the exhaust outlet, but did not give a nice finished, there was even half good.







And here some pictures of him with the wheels. They are not glued, but only to see the time he got the ground very, very low, that I downloaded only 4 mm. Next I want to download 5 mm, taking the appropriate measures "to not drag the ground.






Well guys, this is it. I hope you enjoy and give their opinions and criticisms, which I very much favor and not only me, but some who take the opportunity to ask questions.

Hugs.


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Post by Chris on Mon 28 Feb 2011, 3:36 pm

Great work there! For your first try, you've done an excellent job with the suspension lowering. I liked the body in the flat red, but it sounds like you clearcoated it?
I love some of the translations by google.... very amusing!
Keep it up!
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Post by agnaldo on Thu 03 Mar 2011, 1:11 am

Chris, thanks for your words friend.

Real also liked the red, it was quite beautiful, despite the problems I had with masking, proceeding from the ink and primmer together, but they are things that I learn in this first study.
Regarding the suspension, I am of the opinion - am newbie, but not lazy and do not mean we do not have to push myself. I do the best I can, and if necessary repeat the operation over.

Actually, I have to translate some things you write, others understand a good, but I translate that are funny. Some things are strange because of the way we use some terms that have meaning for us, but only in our context. hehehehehe

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Post by mopar68 on Fri 04 Mar 2011, 4:50 pm

agnaldo wrote:Actually, I have to translate some things you write, others understand a good, but I translate that are funny.
And the feeling is mutual
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Re: FINALIZED - '64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - 03/21/11

Post by agnaldo on Mon 11 Apr 2011, 11:21 am

Now a few pictures of the truck with polishing with mass 2 and perfect-it before the camera battery runs out.
When charging I put more pictures but I think it will be terminated him.





I know it seems like it's good, I was quite pleased with the outcome, because it was my first painting, but has some flaws, and an orange peel think of the varnish, a little pelotinhas on the roof which I think were spit out by airbrush. You can not see straight because of the camera that has a good quality macro pictures. But it was very good.
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Re: FINALIZED - '64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - 03/21/11

Post by agnaldo on Mon 11 Apr 2011, 11:23 am

ENDED guys, finally.

I was very happy with this little mouse, despite some mistakes, he gave me a lot of work, but gave me much happiness in the building, gave me moments of anger, frustration, but mostly joy, what gives me motivation to continue.
I want to thank all the strength that accompanied and encouraged me to continue and with the tips they gave me was very important.

In construction:

- Painting in royal red.
- Loading screen in the hood vents.
- Exchange of wheels by wheels Mustang Shelby GT-350 H Revell.
- Lowering the suspension at 4 mm.
- Sahara Beige interior.
- Withdrawal of the column break wind.

Enough talk, and follow the pictures.






















Here a mistake, that was a crap place an ornament on the hood, and it was not great, i pulled and pulled the paint, I have to agree. In addition to the upper side of the fender that my finger had removed the glue and paint, but nothing that makes me upset, because my first finalized and I think it was nice.



Friends, comment, criticize, because it is very important for my growth.

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