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Old 11-16-2021, 10:45 PM
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Default Thanks guys

I am going to get some fresh supplies (mostly because my old CA is so old that I don't know where it is anymore) and give it a shot. I am planning to dry-fit the pieces and swab some thick CA on the inside of the joints. I am only going to attempt paint repairs if I finish reassembing all the bits and pieces and find that there are missing areas that have to be puttied and reconstructed.

For a finishing touch, I have a bottle of micro-balloons that I can smooth into any surface cracks or pits, and then fix in place with a bit of CA.

And I never actually volunteered for this, I just stood still a moment too long when they came looking for someone to help.
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