Dyno Don Scale Build

Discussion in 'Maverick/Comet Memorabilia' started by Mustang1989, May 13, 2020.

  1. Mustang1989

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    Thanks Stuart and for the "likes" fellas!

    I just didn't like how the "magneto" on the engine looked and it wasn't "correct" for the build so I removed it and went with a regular coil. I also dirtied up the ignition wires as well.

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    OK. So now I have to ask.....is that coil fabricated? I liked assembling models as a youngster. Watching you do this stuff makes me realize the adult form of modeling could re-kindle what made it fun as a kid....except you sir, are a little sick with it, but I like it.
     
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    Thanks for the kind comments Stu!
    I'm not the only one on here who's been around the block in modeling. Check with ol' Pete....aka Mavman72. That dude REALLY knows what he's doin.

    If you're thinking about picking up modeling again lemme tell ya.....there's a WHOLE helluva lot more really cool stuff available these days for it. You'd definitely be surprised. Let me know if you're interested in learning more and I'll open a door for you.
     

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