Finally got a new shipment of parts!
Well, it has been a quite a while. How long, you ask? Five months. My last (real) shipment was from July 2018, Issues 047-050. This new shipment was received in December 2018. I was out on holiday most of December, so here we are in January with this update.
More fun wires and for the interior and finally a place for the passenger to sit.
Issue 051 - Passenger Seat
|Contents of Issue 051|
If you remember way back in July, we worked on the driver's seat. This is exactly the same. But, there is a difference between the driver and passenger seat. The detail of the folding lever is correctly molded on the outside of both seats. So, 050 is the driver's seat and 051 is the passenger seat.
Issue 052 - Driver Side Door Sill
|Contents of Issue 052|
Oh looky, more wires. This is the set of wires that lay across the door sill. You also have the the parking brake. Yep, while most cars have their parking brake handle at the center console, the DeLorean has the parking brake handle located on the left of the driver.
Issue 053 - Passenger Side Door Sill
|Contents of Issue 053|
Surprise, more wires. The passenger side has the bonus of a corrugated tube that runs beneath the wires. Like the driver side these should be the last of the wires in the cabin...until we get to the...
Issue 054 - Bulkhead
|Contents of Issue 054|
While there are no wires in the parts, you will have to deal with existing wires. But this is when it gets exciting again. The rear shelf of the DeLorean was (rumoured to have been) designed to carry a set of golf clubs as the bonnet was to small and shallow to fit anything thicker than a pizza box.
The bulkhead is where some of the cool stuff is in the interior of the Time Machine. There will be lights in the future...which means more wires.
|Assembled parts up to Issue 054|
Not too bad. The interior is slowly...and I mean slowly...coming together. Hoping the next shipment will arrive on schedule and not half a year later.
Fun fact: John DeLorean was born on 6 January 1925. Did I just happen to upload this post on 6 January, at 19:25? Maybe.
Oh, I have waited since summer for this. Screw count!
49-AP, 12-BP, 2-CP, 12-AM, 11-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 18-DM, 2-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 2-EP, 16-FP, 2-JM, 3-HP, 2-GP, 3-NM, 1-MM, 3-KM, 1-LM, 1-IP
to be continued...
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