Top notch work Patrick! It's amazing all the driving lights they can fit on a Rallye car like that. Road America race track is 20 mins. from where I live. You would love all the sports car races there. It's a great place to watch racing that's for sure!
Very nice '66 Chevelle there! I have to get a couple of those kits. I owned a '66 when I was stationed at Camp Pendleton, CA. It had a 402 BB in it out of a later model Chevy. I never saw paint on it though. Primered the whole time I owned it! I love all your Chevelles, nice work.
That looks great! Just needs some mud on the sides. How come window glass up front like that? Does that come in the kit? The screen material used on the grill area would have been perfect for the mud protection screen in place of glass! But I love it just the same for sure. The wide five hubs look so real. It's just spot on for sure! Must be a asphalt car maybe? David S.
Oh wow! That looks just amazing to say the least. I three am a big Firebird fan, and also much more of a Mustang lover. Just digging around in my boxes(just moved) and I noticed that out of all the kits I have stashed, my Mustang total is over 25 kits alone. And that don't include the drag car Mustang kits!
Matt, Looks like you got a nice pile of goodies there for sure. I'm looking forward to seeing the '50 Olds as it comes along, I have that kit just sitting there. (mental note to build in the next 10 years maybe)
Aaron, Your coupe looks sweet indeed! But it is sooo unfair. I'm building a '30 Ford coupe right now that I plan on starting my build thread tomorrow. I too am using a blown flathead motor in my build!! But I'm sure there is enough room to go around for both of us in the blown flathead area of interest. LOL!!