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Construction paper Fiat 126

Papercraft FIAT 126 FSM Download the construction paper and "finish" the draft as you like it. The graphic was created with "Open Office Draw", so the redesign can be done best with the help of this program. I printed the construction on paper of 160g/m2 weight. It is strong enough to build a robust model and not too strong, so you can still fold it. Print it on a sheet of the size DIN A4 (210mm x 297mm) using the whole paper. Just half the size (quarter of the paper sheet) is the small model, which is more complicated to fold. Smaller than that is not advisable - at least for my fingers. The scale will be about 1:20 respectively 1:40 for the small model

Papercraft, construction paper FIAT 126 FSM Use a scissor to cut off the parts and slit the edges needed to be bent very slightly with a knife and a ruler - therewith it is much easier to bend the paper.
Papercraft, construction paper FIAT 126 FSM Bond the paper at the glue lap. The underbody consists out of three sheets. That makes it easier to build a really straight car (all four wheels should touch the street at once).
The last components are the exterior mirrors and after 40 minutes have passed by, the little Fiat is finished.

Papercraft, construction paper FIAT 126 FSM
...let's see what the brand-new vehicle fleet will be good for...

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