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Posted By: Bruce Gibbins
Posted On: Tuesday March 12, 2019 at 6:24 PM
 
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Yes, I understand that feeling George. Cancer is a rotten gig.

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Q: Paint rash, cancer, "pox" - new to me ... let's clarify the terminology. by Chav Popov #54279
I would classify that as paint rash. Definitely not diecast “rot” or cancer /degradation (EOM) by Phil Realmuto #54279.1
I agree with Phil - your model has paint rash, Chav. by Bruce Gibbins #54279.2
Thx.. for posting that, Bruce. Very informative. (EOM) by Al Dorado #54279.2.1
I've had a couple cars i was able to improve the look by using a polishing compound (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #54279.3
Paint rash. Wet sanding with 2000 grit sandpaper and by Chang Lu #54279.4
PICS: This is "Die-cast rot or cancer". The car becomes worthless. by George Schire #54279.5
The kind of "rot" the '60 Tbird has is fortunately very rare, unlike the common paint rash by Chris Nickelsen #54279.5.1
My once beautiful '55 Pontiac has suffered the same fate as yours, George, and I have others as well (EOM) by Barry Levittan #54279.5.2
Yes, I understand that feeling George. Cancer is a rotten gig. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #54279.5.3
I have never had a problem with paint rash, maybe it is because by jay walsh #54279.6




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