Revell Chevy Beretta Pro Street Video #4

Revell Chevy Beretta Pro Street Video #4

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[Music] hi everybody Angelo Angelo workbench we're here working on the Revell chevy beretta Pro Street video number four we are doing chassis assembly today I am using Bob Smith industry super Gold Plus which is a older free PA glue so it is safe for clear parts safe for foam parks tell the good jobs that means everything else as well so let us continue on with cap assembly [Music]
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the kit came with details for the seat and door panels I use a process where I use micro scale industry micro set first and then I apply heat from a hair dryer or if the decal I'm having a hard time getting it to lay down flat or I have some complex curves I will use the micro scale industries micro saw which you also see in the picture so a combination of both of those decal solutions heat and q-tips and a brush and I can usually get the decals to settle down very
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nicely [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music]
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[Music] [Music] [Music] this last little bit of work with the decal setting solution will finish up the decals and here we have a completed shot with the main decal supplied next we will move on to applying the seat belts since the seat belts kind of sit
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on top of the seat I don't use any detail setting solution I just wet them and apply them and let them kind of ride on top of the seat without the setting solution on they won't settle down as much as the decals of the seat did and it kind of gives an appearance that the seat belts are riding on top of the seat just as in real life [Music] [Music] with the decals completed on the seats we can move on to assembling some more
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interior details as well as the beautiful looking roll cage [Music]
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the steering column was a bit fiddly to get in but I did eventually get it in there overall the chassis built up very nicely the roll cage looks great the kit has so far is going great I hope that you'll come back and join me in video number five where we will continue with assembly and move on to completion of the Beretta Pro Street thank you [Music]

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