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    mounting model plates on grille

    Hi All,

    after 27years of using my DIY 4333A's it happened that a forum friend aquired 2 ORIGINAL nameplates for this model (maybe the last exsiting) thanks again Claus.
    The following pics show how I mounted them on the freshly clothed "Zilch" blue fabric.
    1. made me 4 pcs of point welded srewbolts on sheets of 1mm thick steel.
    2. small holes into the fabric over the steel parts of the DIY frame.
    3. some good glue onto the steel sheets
    4. precise adjustment of the nameplates
    ready

    HP
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    Woo HOO!

    Those sure look "SNAZZY" now, HP....

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