Stoneman said it perfectly. Tools needed will be.
-Rotary tool w/ various bits
-maybe a small rounded file for fine work
-some fine grit wet/dry sand paper to smooth everything out
-some CA and Q-tips to seal up the edges of the graphite where it was cut
-PATIENCE!!! Just remember, you can always take more material off, but you can't put back on!
don't forget to wear a breathing mask of some kind and work in a ventalated area. Probably a good idea to keep the kids and pets away from the area as well! And as soon as
your done, clean up the area. Clean the work surface with a wet cloth and vacuum the floor. That graphite dust is nuthin' to get lazy with on the clean up, once it goes in the body, it doesn't come back out!
I've already got the picture sized pretty close to perfect. Now I just have to print it out. I'll be picking up the hollow shafts and lightweight chassis this weekend, so I'm going to have the car pulled apart anyway, so I figured I'd wait till then to make my attempt.