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Canopy panel snip-snip

macwolf

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I drew a cardboard mockup of the canopy panel surround today, and then noticed a few S1's that have had a trim - probably to improve the visibility and closed-in feeling of the S1 cockpit.

Not sure of how far to take the line down, but here is what I was planning. Anyone is the know on exactly where and how to do this the best for the right look and feel.

Thanks

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