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Well after the well known 'usual' hurdles & problems associated with the older Lunar kits I'm almost there. A big thank you goes out to Joel Tavera for his beautifully mastered interior and the help he gave me when needed :thumbsup:

I just need to install the completed interior, assemble the main body parts with plenty of two part epoxy, aves etc, prayer and final paint and whala!

There are plenty of lights and optics on the consoles that are not energized as of yet.

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Thanks guys! :)

Yup! Its going to Wonderfest fer sure....win something...who knows?

I just go for the fun, dealers room, get out of the houes and to meet up with my cyber pals....oh yeah the oh yeah and the suite party's!
 

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Thanks!

No figures dude....I wanted to add the tanks and some dive suites but ....I'm trying to avoid one year builds :p

I wish I could add more pics but I'm building a quick garage kit/multi media 1/48 WWII U.S. Navy Grumman goose for an April 7th non-sci-fi contest....it's the same place and folks/hobby shop where our big fall Sci-Fan contest is and I always try to enter both. This one will be in the water like 1/72 VII C sub.

Nice kit.....its 80% resin but some funky fit problems :rolleyes:
 

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Thank you! :)

A few years back my Lunar Spindrift took a bronze....only to find later that the judges thought that I used the Lunar interior kit and an after market light kit. This time I will have a few in progress pics and a few pre printed text for them or anyone to look at.....it was suggested to me that makes a difference.
 
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