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Made this for a friends son with personalised number plate. loved building this one and the paint is Hammerite metal paint. 2.jpg  1.jpg  3.jpg  4.jpg

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Wow phantom scroller
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hat a great job.  Love the colors, and this thing looks strong enough for me to rid in.

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Thanks Ken. Believe me you could I made it to be a hand me down plenty of room for all his toys in the back.
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Looks like without the rockers you could drive it to work Roly.
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that looks great if you did not have the rockers on you could drive it to work.gary
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How does the wood take the paint of metal .... do you have to use primer that is designed for under coating the finish coat first. And besides that we in the states would have to mount a steering wheel on the left side of the vehicle. That is one nice rover and the paint job is superb. Don
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Thanks Doc & Gary should have made it to come off and put a battery in it.lol
     Don the paint is very good and thick no primer used, once you paint it on the wood the brush marks just disappear but if anything is missed you can't paint back over it you have to wait a couple of hours put a second coat on and it will cover anything missed, job done. very quick to touch dry in 1/2 hour, repaint 2 hours. You can also buy spray cans but I haven't use them yet.
Here's a link http://www.hammerite.co.uk/products/index.jsp

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Thanks Roly will have to check this out. Thanks for the info. Don
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