Splatter Paint wrote:
Put non-Zaskar decals on it, say from a lower model in the range and then sell it on eBay. Then we'll all have a good laugh at yet another 'is it a Zaskar?' thread from the new owner.
I started a thread like that once after buying a £35 BSO off ebay based on terrible pics. I had been convinced it was a a pukka zaskar and sure enough it turned out to be the real thing with full M730/732 and a few other nice bits. I got some good advice off people on here with my build on that thread - which was pretty cool as far as I'm concerned
If you could have a good laugh
at that then, erm........ fair play to you. It's probably some clever in joke that I don't get, but hey ho.
Back on topic.... LGF - I'd polish it very thoroughly, and build it up with clean bits. No bling required on a polished frame IMO. Note: not ball burnished finish - POLISHED.
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