Some detailing on top of the air intakes. In the foreground, a long redundant base for the radio antenna then ahead of that is the flap for the fuel filler. There's many hours of work in each one.
Certainly is...the fuel filler flap itself wasn't so bad, though it's yet to receive a hinge and it's three Dzus fasteners. The hard part with that was exactly copying it's shape and location over from the original outer skin to the new one- something made all the harder by K7's steadfast refusal to ever have one common centreline and the fact that, surprise surprise, the opening for the original flap wasn't at all symmetrical.
Not visible in the POTD shot is the fact that the lip underneath which the flap rests on is actually the original, recovered from the devastated original outer skin.
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