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  1. Stage 5, oil filter and exhaust: I place the oil filter part 2 onto the oil filter holder. Then once they are aligned, I screw them together: Next, I take oil filter part 1 and drop it on to oil filter 2. It did not require any glue: Now I take the spacer, and line up the lug and holes with the oil filter holder and screw it in with one screw on the top hole: Finally, the oil filter assembly joins to the front engine plate using 2 more screws: Stage complete.
  2. Stage 5, the second exhaust: Firstly, the exhaust collector slots into the exhaust: The same process for building the first exhaust also applies to this one. So I put the pipes into the exhaust, making sure the numbers match. If the pipes are not going in for you, then they might be facing the wrong way. Just like before, make sure the numbers on the pipes are all facing inwards so they are not visible when in: Stage complete:
  3. Stage 4, part 2, exhaust: I lay each pipe out in order by the numbers on them. They correspond to the numbers on the exhaust collector. The correct way to put the pipes in is to have the numbers on the pipes facing each other when you put them in: Next, I put the exhaust plate onto the exhasut pipes. The flat side of the plate is facing away from the exhaust for correct positioning: As you can notice here, the bolts on the corners of the exhaust plate are facing towards the pipes: Stage complete!
  4. Stage 4, starting the engine: The first step of the engine is to put the air filter grille into the air filter bottom. Whilst holding the air filter in place, I now place the top air filter piece over the grille and secure with 2 screws: Next, I screw the carburetor top over the grille: Then I simply screw the carburetor bottom on with 2 screws: I now get the carburetor housing, and line up the lug and hole on the carburetor with the housing, then screw them together: Then I line up the 3 circles on the bottom of the carburetor housing, with the 3 circles on the engine block and screw them together:
  5. For a small car, this is a big tire. I have it right here and It is worthy of display just by itself!
  6. Stage 3, wheel, seat and exhaust: Firstly, I place the Shelby badge into the centre of the steering wheel: Next, the two exhaust pipes slot into each other. The groove makes sure that the pipe is facing the correct way: Stage complete:
  7. Hi Uglywolf, I am aware that Sam is already on to this. We are speaking to the courier company about how this could of happened. Also we are sending out the replacements. Thanks.
  8. Stage 2, the first wheel: To start, I place the metal wheel piece into the rim, and screw it in with 4 OPO3 screws: Next, I screw the other half of the rim onto the wheel with 4 more OPO3 screws: Now that the rim in built, I can now pull the tire over it. Check out our YouTube video if you get stuck: Now I fit the hubcap onto the Three-eared knock on like so (no glue or screws needed): On to the brake. I put the wheel hub through the brake disk, then screw the brake caliper on to the wheel hub: Now I take the brake assembly and put it on to the inside of the rim, then screw it from the outside: Lastly, the hub assembly sticks on magnetically to the wheel: Stage complete!
  9. Stage 1, the hood: In stage one we get the fine looking striped hood of the Cobra! It is made of metal and the paint finish looks excellent. First of all, I take the the rubber strips and then pull off the white cover so that I can stick it onto the hood in the position shown in the photo. both rubber parts go on symmetrically: Now I grab the air intake and screw it onto the hood from the underside using 3 OPO2 screws: Onto the hood latches. The handle goes in from the top, through to the underside. Then a spring fits onto the part of the handle protruding through: I then put the hood latch over the spring, and the hood lock ring over the hood latch. Be careful here, as if you let go of the spring it will launch the hood latch across the room, so secure it with a screw quickly: Stage complete!
  10. Hi everyone, I have uploaded some photos of the Bismarck. Feel free to upload photos of your own if you have some!
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    Here are our first images of the Bismarck
  12. There are still a couple of pack 3s in the old style packing. However I have been told that all pack 4s are in the new packaging. Of course, any problems please let us know.
  13. Of course, if we get the Routemaster, it will be available in Australia. Currently our business plan is that all Agora products will be available as a 12 month subscription. Like the old joke... You might wait for a product for ages, and then 3 come at once! :)
  14. At the moment, we are investigating how we can deliver directly to our customers.
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