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Thread: Axial Jeep Build Off - M725

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    Found this at my LHS yesterday.......I think it meets the criteria....



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    That's NOT a Jeep, no fair!!!!!!

    Cheers
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    "I see a Jeep in there somewhere!"

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    So making a start on this thing. Will be doing the body in two parts, considering the rear section is just basically a big rectangle box. Got the sides cut out and have started scribing in some of the details, seeing as though the sides are flat, may as well start here.




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    Looking good! What do you use to scribe the lines?

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    Thanks mate.

    I used a steel ruler to give it a nice wide line for these panel gaps. Clamped my work and a straight edge to the bench to keep it all in place and went for it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannwah View Post
    Thanks mate.

    I used a steel ruler to give it a nice wide line for these panel gaps. Clamped my work and a straight edge to the bench to keep it all in place and went for it!

    Nice! Thanks for the explanation, I'll have to give it a go sometime! I've never been good at panel lines

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    Excited to see this one grow...
    Great tip too...
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    Yeah, that's an excellent tip on scribing. I usually wait until the entire body is done and then wreck all my hard work. This seems much smarter.
    SBG OWNER YOUTUBE AXIAL AMBASSADOR GCM TEAM DRIVER VANQUISH MAD MOOSE

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    This will be a cool project. The last m725 in the sand. I know the owner of the truck. Its at silver lake sand dunes here in michigan

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