Working on the JD 112 part 3

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Working on the JD 112 part 3

Postby birddog » Sun Aug 03, 2014 5:41 pm

Thought I'd post a few pics. now that the 112 is finished.

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Here are a few of the decals I made.
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The dash decal is suppose to be one big decal covering the entire dash, but I couldn't print it in one piece. I had thought about doing it in two pieces, but I have trouble getting the seams to line up perfect and the decals some times shrink a little. When I decided to go with the three individual ones I made them with the silver out line like most of the other decals. Kind of my own twist on things.

See part 1 here; Pics. of the cowl I made.

Seepart 2 here; Pics. of the hood repair.

You probably can't tell in the pics., but I decided to go with a genuine JD seat. The generic one was just a little to dark and didn't look good.
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Re: Working on the JD 112 part 3

Postby Rob in NH » Sun Aug 03, 2014 7:05 pm

quite the transformation, now you've got me interested in getting mine running

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Re: Working on the JD 112 part 3

Postby grumpy » Mon Aug 04, 2014 1:26 pm

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