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This wip is far along. I had to rewash laundry late (and stay up late enough to put stuff in the drier).

Started with a coat of Corporea black, then pure black on the barrel, and wood got mahogany. I debated painting stuff like the stuff at the military college (chassis painted grey) but I felt it would be boring. So I'm painting it in other boring colors. I haven't painted wheels yet. These would be better bought prepainted, because they're pretty inaccessible.

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Some wheels. These ones are rubber /rubber highlight.

Also did some corrosion on the left one. Pic with wwwoz lion for size.

might do washes, might call them done.

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