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Brabham Ford BT42/3 Tameo Silverline 6 years 1 month ago #1

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Ok guys, here's a bit of a look at what I do and how I do it...this is a parallel entry to a WIP I have up on the F1M forum.
The kit is a 1/43 scale model of a 1974 car that Italian woman Lella Lombardi failed to qualify for the British Grand Prix that year. It is made by Tameo, an Italian company specialising in 1/43 cars. They have a website at www.tameokits.com . If you select the Products dropdown menu, then Models, you can search their range by driver, team or year. Seeing as this is a Kiwi forum, they have several Chris Amon Ferraris (Formula and Sports cars) and a couple of Denny Hulme cars, as well a heaps of more modern McLarens, right up to present day. The kits, especially the newer ones, are beautifully engineered and made of white metal castings, with photo etch and turned metal details. The kit I am building is from the Silverline range, which are slightly simpler and a bit cheaper. You can expect to pay between $80 and $150 for a kit...more for the WCT range of ultra high detail World Champion cars.
So anyway, here is the car





You will see it has a fairly simple paint scheme, typical of the time, but ideal for a simple build. Nothing slows me down more than a multiple colour, difficult to mask paint job!

As the kit is primarily white metal, the first thing I do is remove the oxidation from all the parts. I do this with a brass bristled suede brush. It's a simple matter of rubbing down each part until it shines. Next I prime using Mr Metal Primer, by Gunze. It's a very thin, clear primer and I cheat by dunking as many parts as I can into the bottle, then blotting them on a tissue. Because the parts are so small, this ensures good coverage, and as many remain in their natural silver finish for this car, no further painting is required. I brush painted the larger parts and the Mr Metal Primer goes on nice and smooth with minimal effort. I've airbrushed it before, but I find this method quicker and easier. Airbrushing a clear is a bit tricky as it is hard to gauge coverage!

Here are most of the parts polished, primed and sorted. I use these multi compartment boxes for storage....always closing the lid at the end of each session to prevent spillage. If you thought the carpet monster was bad for other scales, it is a real disaster for 1/43!





The biggest parts in this kit are the body and wings, both made of white metal castings. Here is a quick mock up of the body and engine before going any further.





I tend to spend a lot of time on preparation before starting to stick things together. As a result my builds sometimes seem stalled for weeks at a time. With these 1/43 cars, there are lots of tiny parts, many associated with the suspension. It pays to have as much painting and component assembly done before starting to bring it all together. Because of the fine tolerances in these CAD designed kits, one part out of place can lead to wheels all pointing in different directions and the dreaded "cocked wheel" syndrome! There are many tiny holes to be drilled out, which I do using a mini pin-vise. I have a selection of drills from 0.3mm upwards, and they all come in handy. With white metal castings, most holes are little more than dimples, so need to be deepened to accept the little tags and pins of the parts to be attached.

I've done a lot of detail painting so far, and got the engine block underway. Here are some photos of progress to date.



This shows the depth of my insanity...yes, that is an individually drilled out and wired distributor in 1/43. You 1/72 biplane guys will understand! The gutting thing is that it will be almost completely invisible when the kit is finished. Oh well, at least I will know it's there!




This shows the current state of play. The metal bit on the back of the gearbox is the mounting for the rear wing. It is made of 2 pieces of pe, one folded a couple of times. It will be attached to the gearbox using 4 tiny metal pins. This is a mock-up of progress so far. The silver bit of pe holding the exhaust pipes has to be painted black...it is held in place by the rear part of the gearbox. The exhaust headers are being held in place by blu-tak just for the purposes of the photo. The distributor fits down between the "V" of the engine, and will be covered by the intake part of the bodywork.

So that is what's on my bench at the moment. Hopefully by starting this, it will give me the push I need to actually get it finished this year...rather than next! I have a more recent F1 car that is awaiting a white top-coat, so I should be able to get them both done in one air-brush session...using decanted Tamiya TS...I love rattle cans, but they put out too much paint at one time for 1/43 and tend to flood the detail.

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Brabham Ford BT42/3 Tameo Silverline 6 years 1 month ago #2

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Looking good, ill be watching this one come together.
I dont wanna go into 1/43 f1 kits though as I already have a stash of 1/20 that need to be built :-/

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Good call....they are like chocolates. One is never enough. There is a reason 1/43 dealers are called "pushers". Their wares are addictive, and they have even been known to give you your first kit "just to try"!! They know you'll be back!

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Nice subject and scale!
I have a large 1/43 diecast collection of Datsun/Nissan Z cars... so great to watch this!
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That's going to be a stunner Tania. I like your approach and system of keeping things tidy. Can't wait to see more :) It's a trap to think that 43rd will take less time isn't it. They take up less space but that's about it! I did one of Tameos older kits of a Ferrari F1-86b and it was nowhere as nice as their current stuff. It even had white metal suspension arms that I replaced with etch. I have one other 43rd in my stash by Renaissance. It's a Stirling Moss Meserati 250F which I will do as Chris Amons car in Southwards museum.

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eyepaule wrote: I have one other 43rd in my stash by Renaissance. It's a Stirling Moss Meserati 250F which I will do as Chris Amons car in Southwards museum.

Now that's something I'd love to see built, better still released in 1/20 by MFH to fill my little Amon theme park with!

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Well, high time for an update I guess.
Progress has been as expected...sloooow, but at least going forward slowly is still moving!
With these 1/43 kits once you get started, little things keep popping up which serve to slow progress initially, but help keep things moving later on. As an example, I found some of the holes I drilled for mounting pe parts were a bit small, so I've been re-doing them all. Also I've been trying to get as much detail painting as possible done by hand prior to getting the airbrush fired up for the bodywork.
I've been working on subassemblies, starting with the engine and rear suspension. I dulled down the colour a bit using Vallejo matt clear, and added the plug wiring (a slow fiddly process), engine ancillaries and some of the rear suspension elements. In the process I found that my plug holes were a bit big, but that can be fixed later. Also, the plug leads for the DFV engine in this car should be routed along the top of the engine, but the placement of other parts made this a bit difficult. Other DFV installations do have the leads coming from below, so that is what I did. There is a little bit of touch-up work to do but the engine is now pretty much done.



I spent a couple of hours the other night trying to work out how the other rear suspension parts mount (which is when I found I needed to drill slightly bigger holes), and which bits of supplied wire/piping are used for the rear mounted radiator/oil cooler ducting. Several questions were left unanswered, and unfortunately the instructions weren't much help. In the past I have found Tameo produced kits to be pretty well designed, so perhaps when that time comes, things will be a bit more obvious.

Next, I finished the driver's seat. Seatbelts are photoetch, so I bent them to shape first then gave them a coat of Tamiya blue enamel. Decals were applied, then a coat of Vallejo matt clear. The buckles are all unpainted or had the blue paint scraped off to reveal the metal beneath.



I painted the wheels of the car black, as directed by the instructions, but have subsequently received pictures showing they may have been silver/aluminium colour. Originally I was going to leave them in the natural metal because they looked great, but decided to follow the instructions in the interests of accuracy. So much for that! Lesson learned, DO MORE RESEARCH!! I'm reluctant to remove the tyres to redo the wheels as the sidewalls have been gloss cleared, decalled, then matt cleared, and the flexing required to remove them could damage the finish.

My new favourite clears are Vallejo....easy to work with acrylic, brush paint easily and self-level beautifully. The squeezy "eye-dropper" bottles are cool too.



Finally, here is a mockup of how the car will look with the wheels mounted. I just love the look of these 1970s cars, with the big fat rear tyres and high air boxes. It must have been a really spectacular era to watch.



I've been away from home for a few days, so when I get back it is getting very close to the stage when I will have to paint the bodywork. I'm reluctant to use a spray can, as it risks "flooding" the detail on such a small car, so I've got some decanted Tamiya TS white that I will put on using the airbrush. I have another white F1 car that needs a topcoat too (2009 Brawn) so I should be able to kill two birds with one stone.
Cheers for now

Tania
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Oohh, goody. A car!

Like your approach, Tania. The 'dipping' method is also one of my pecadillos, picked up out of necessity and economy of time.

White metal looks a good option. Micro drills became my new best friend with 1:72nd/1:48th.
Have two and a bit sets primarily because I break the smallest! They're a godsend for s/b panels with dial faces out of ali litho sheet.
Also great for reproducing larger cowl fasteners, and flush rivets in larger scales.

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It's looking excellent. Love that motor and details like the seat & belts.
Nicely done.

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Looks really nice.
Watching progress and looking forward to the completed project.
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Looking good Tania, those wheels are looking slick too :)


I wish I could update my build too, so we can take over this forum with racing cars! But our computer gave up the other day, so am waiting for the right deal to come along to get back in the game..

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Well, this build stalled a bit due to work commitments. Unfortunately Christmas/New Year has meant busy, not holiday!
Things are returning back towards normal now and I actually got a bit of bench time yesterday. Minor detail work with 2-part rear brake discs, and one part fronts painted.
I hope to get more done tomorrow and bring this build back to life.
Stay tuned!

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"Bring it!" Tania

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Ya lol

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F1xena wrote: I hope to get more done tomorrow and bring this build back to life.
Stay tuned!


That's what I like to read... never say die!! ;)

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Haha, stay tuned and wait til next week. Phone rang at 4am this morning and now I'm in Shanghai. There goes my bench time.
And unlike Japan, there aren't any model shops worthy of the name here. Lots of other shopping though...... ;)

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Very nice looking vehicle, must be heavy too, which gives it more "feel".

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F1xena wrote: Haha, stay tuned and wait til next week. Phone rang at 4am this morning and now I'm in Shanghai. There goes my bench time.
And unlike Japan, there aren't any model shops worthy of the name here. Lots of other shopping though...... ;)


I don't know how you do it Tania. You guys(and girls :) ) must have some pretty flash seats up your end..

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that didn't sound right Paul...lol

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Kiwimav wrote: that didn't sound right Paul...lol

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Really...only implied from another comment and nothing bad was ever said, due to the fact I know who we have on this site. Dave, there's a ton more said on here that would warrant your response, other to a little light humor. If you want to moderate me like this, then we have options right!
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Lighten-up guys....if I couldn't handle the heat I would have left the kitchen years ago!
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And finally back to the topic in hand.
I finally managed to break out the airbrush and get a white topcoat on the Brabham. It was my first go at airbrushing decanted TS and worked out reasonably well. Perhaps because of the heat in my hobby room, it came out a little bit matt and I had trouble getting a decent wet coat on it to finish. Having done some research, I think I should have shot a coat of mainly thinner (Tamiya Lacquer Thinner) as a final coat to level it and "gloss it up" Regardless, a bit of a rubdown with Tamiya Coarse Compound, and it is acceptable. Seventies cars weren't as shiny as the cars today and I'm considering doing a "Terry" and clearing it with semi-gloss once the decals are on. I'll wait and see how it looks before making a final decision.
Next it was on to getting some more assembly done. The cockpit was fairly straightforward with the completed seat and belts slotting into place. The gear lever and linkage are a single photo etch part and almost invisible once in place. The painted and BMF extinguisher bottle look good, but again will hardly be visible once the bodywork is in place. The instrument panel fits onto the forward roll bar, and tiny decals are provided for the three instrument dials and the Brabham steering wheel badge. Once these were applied, I added a drop of gloss to represent the glass faces. The rear of the instrument panel is partially visible when in place, so I decided to add some wires to the rear of the gauges. Things are getting pretty small here, so I used the finest wire I had (0.3mm) and drilled out locating holes with a mini twist drill. They are a bit out of scale but will look ok I hope. The instructions said the steering shaft was 17mm long so I cut the supplied steel wire to size, and you guessed it, it was too short! I substituted a piece of 15 amp fuse wire, but I'm now a bit paranoid about the provided dimensions of other wire parts (and there are quite a few)
Next it was on to the radiator piping at the rear of the engine. The locating instructions provided are a little vague. The radiators are high mounted on the rear wing support and each has water piping to the top and bottom, between the two, and to and from the engine. Piping is provided in the form of lead wire, with tiny white metal fittings. The pipe between the 2 radiators is a single white metal part, so I decided to mount the radiators and fit this pipe first. It took a bit of fiddling, but eventually I got them fitting properly. The next stage is to secure the mounting post for the rear wing to the gearbox which is done with four tiny metal pins, then I can finish the radiator piping and get started on the complicated rear suspension assembly. Hopefully I'll get onto that tomorrow afternoon.
Anyway, some progress pictures below, including a mockup with the body in place.
















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Nice Tania
Such great detail for a small scale, liking it :woohoo:
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Well it's high time this topic was wrapped up! Yes, the model got finished, and true to form it took me a loooong time to do it. But I'm happy with the result and know that building it will make my next model better.
I'll get around to taking some better photos, but in the meantime, here is how it finished up.


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1974. The year Band On The Run was top of the charts, and Brabhams were the privateer car of choice at the British GP


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Looks awesome. Thanks for the update lol

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Cheers Michael

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Nice. Always happy to see a f1 kit.

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Good one!
Hope there'll be more soon ...?

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