We wrap up Issue 7 with the Rear Chassis Frame components in Stage 22!
A small part of the frame and the Propeller Shaft is assembled in Stage 21!
The Middle Chassis arrives and is installed with Stage 20!
Work begins on extending the Chassis in Stage 19!
Throughout the subscription build of models like this Eaglemoss 1:8 scale Ghostbusters Ecto-1, the publisher typically includes ‘Special Offers’. These items are automatically sent, and are billed in addition to the monthly subscription. If you do not wish to receive them, you must notify Eaglemoss in advance via phone at (800) 261-6898 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special #1 was the four Proton Packs and a Ghost Trap. This time around, it is a limited-edition 12 x 16″ color-printed poster. Each poster includes a unique numbered Certificate of Authenticity signed by artist the artist, Brian Williamson. Eaglemoss will charge us $42.95 for these items.
Sadly, I have already reached out to Eaglemoss and turned this offer down. I am not paying that much for a little poster I know I will not use.
Header image by Eaglemoss.
With the front suspension/steering now complete, we start on the Chassis in Stage 18!
We build and install the Right Front Wheel and some brake hoses with Stage 17!
We mount the Stabilizer Bar, steering system components, engine, and the first wheel with Stage 16!
When you sign up for the subscription-based Eaglemoss 1:8 scale Ghostbusters Ecto-1 partworks build-up, you will receive five FREE gifts along the way. The first gift was the Collector’s Binder, the second was a License Plate, and this third one is this Baseball Cap. This gift arrived with Issue 6 (Stages 15-18).
This Baseball Cap is a cloth stitched cap with an adjustable strap at the back. The logo on the front is a multi-color silkscreen effect:
This is not the same hat as the one advertised on the Build the Ghostbusters Ecto-1 website:
It is a decent hat, but I don’t wear hats, so there is not much I will do with it. Perhaps one of my visitors wants it?