This is not a tutorial, as I neglected to take any in-progress pictures, but I did want to provide some info, in case you'd like to build this car. It's a very attractive model, not so well represented by my photography, unfortunately. It's a free download, which can be found here: http://www.nissan.co.jp/COMPASS/R390/CRAFT/craft.htm You'll see three parts sheets, and two with instructions. Don't worry about the first being in Japanese, everything you need is on the diagrams on the second sheet. Sub-assemblies are clearly marked with the part numbers which are also printed on the tabs of each part, so it's hard to go wrong there. The lines indicate where the curves are located and I think the diagrams are clearly and logically laid out. Where I ran into trouble was with resizing. This is supposed to be a 1/24 model, but when I printed out the sheets at the default setting, those suckers were huge and did not come close to fitting on 8.5x11" cardstock. I resized them to make them print everything on one sheet, which resulted in a model of some indeterminate scale, but it appears to be about 1/28 or so. That wasn't bad, but where I got killed, even though I resized the sheets to what I thought were identical settings, as I did the assembly, I found out they were slightly out of scale with each other. :shock: For example, the cabin/deck portion which was all on Sheet 2 fit beautifully. But when I glued on the side portion from Sheet 1, I started by matching the door and hood lines adjacent to the C-pillar, working backwards and forwards from there. Lo and behold, when I got to the back of the car, I was about 1.5mm too short relative to the end of the engine compartment, and darn near double that error at the front of the car. And so it went from side to side as well, having to make many adjustments for this sheet-to-sheet variation as I went along. I'm perfectly willing to attribute all of this to my ineptitude with the sizing, but I'd be curious to know how this went for anyone else, if you have built this model.