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Tango0128 May 2020 9:10 p.m. PST

"…After finishing the chassis itself it was going to be all about the far more intimidating part of the build – the ground floor and upper level. I decided to stage it to lower deck – build and partial weathering, staircase and follow up on weathering, upper level and weathering and final assembly before attaching all handrails and small details which I was worried I would lose if I attach them as I go.

To make a noticeable between indoor and outdoor section I used actual clear plastic parts and hold them in place with masking tape. Later on, I washed the windows with thinner to get rid of all the paint but the residue actual left a nice effect on the glass. I didn't want to end up with crystal clear windows but rather with dirty partially washed windows with some scratches here and there. More of that later…."

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