CHASSIS REBUILDS

CHASSIS REBUILDS

A handful of model types have suffered from failure of the metal in the chassis. TIM SHACKLETON looks at the problem of so-called mazak rot and finds a quick and simple way of countering its effects to restore your models to life.

Above: Each of these Brush Type 2s began life as a mazak-rot casualty, but has been successfully restored to full working order using the processes outlined in this guide.

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