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My eyes! They burn! Actually, that model is far better off paint wise then that rhino I saved. Let that thing soak in the brake fluid for a couple of days. Then use a toothbrush to start removing the paint. It may take a while, have a lot of patience. If the paint doesn't want to come off, let it soak for another day or two and then scrub it again. Repeat until satisfactory results are achieved.
After using brake fluid make sure you wash everything in soapy water. Wash it thoroughly inside and out and let dry. If the original build was done with a plastic glue you may be able to disassemble the model as the glue will dissolve in brake fluid making it easier to paint and repair.

Good luck with the project and keep us updated!
 
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