Improving the Tamiya Morris Mini Cooper S #24130 1/24 scale
by Edwing Merlo Paredes © Modeler Site
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I built this model under commission for a customer of mine, who asked for a customized sports version, such as the elimination of both bumpers, the hood with forward opening, which allows to show the engine, in addition to other details that will be shown later in the text. As it was a special Mini I decided to write a tutorial including many photos taken during the build and thus share with the reader my experience with this model.
The Tamiya kit, although not new, represents the real car well and with a little work you can get a model with enough realism, despite the small size.
I started by gathering all the body parts, removing burrs,
mold marks and any visible imperfections. In addition, I glued the flared
fenders on the wheel arches, and redid the holes in different areas, where later
some of the parts would be placed, such as handles, windshield wipers, rearview
mirrors, rivets and screws, and thus prevent them from being covered by paint.
Finally, with a marker, I delimited the
front area that I would later cut.
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