Minor/Repaint: trailbreaker

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  1. cushman

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    You should have stripped the "tattoos" off instead of trying to paint over them, it looks horribly sloppy.

    Nice thing is, you can still go back and fix it.
     
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    Nice job. I was going to do something similar, but, when trying to take my Cy. Red Alert apart, I accidentally broke him, and, well, I couldn't fix him, so I decided to put him in a pile with some other junkers that I have, and reuse him as joints, and other parts, for other kitbashes. Keep up the good work.
     

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