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Might need to remove tank and give it some more lacquer still needing a dover grip anyone,,,, :roll:
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Would also be a good idea to post attachment diddy :oops:
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Tam
Nice job
Like it a lot

(dont be afraid to put LOTS MORE lacquer on the tank to "hide" the outline of the transfer. It'll look a lot better for it)
If in doubt, ask Jeremy how much lacquer i used on his when i sprayed it. (nearly a whole can on 1 tank)
It's all about the layers

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Those are stunning well done
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Good Work!

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Very nice job!
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Nice work 8)
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Thank.s for the replies guys and a special thank.s to boss man John for decals time to start another. ...gave it 6 more coats of the lacquer came up a treat so the 6p.s is spot on cheers. .. :lol:
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Now are you going to put it in the lock? would look beautiful on the back of a wooden dingy.

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Eye good Scottish craftsmanship there.
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Really Nice. 8)
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There seems to be a scratch on the screw top of the spark plug holder.
Definitely would not allow it near my lot.
Gotta maintain standards.
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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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