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El Caballo

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About El Caballo

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    Yes
  • Scale I Build
    1:25

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  • Location
    Oak Ridge, TN
  • Full Name
    Ted B

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  1. Malco gasser fuel/cooling detail

    Wow, I need to get this one.
  2. 1968 Mustang GT fastback

    I have this one in the pipeline, but as a Cobra Jet race car.
  3. Interesting, both of those bodies are the 500 Charger. The rear window is the dead giveaway, they were designed differently for NASCAR homologation, the rear windows on the regular Chargers would pop out at super speedway speeds. Dodge redesigned them to work, look at Superbirds, they have the same window.
  4. 41 Willys from 18? years ago

    The paint looks great after all these years.
  5. under glass? Not hardly

    Very nice weathering.
  6. 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda 440 Convertible

    I've never seen a 1:1 'cuda convertible, the wait continues, but that is a nice model.
  7. Mustang Convertible for my brother

    Nice job, great interior detail.
  8. 68 Firebird

    Incredible color, a real throwback to back in the day, well done.
  9. 1969 Chevelle SS

    Neat, would look great with red line tires.
  10. 1969 Ford Talladega

    I love those Talladegas and Cyclone Spoilers.
  11. Blue Max Mustang

    Fantastic flopper.
  12. 63 Vette Gasser, Completely Naked 9/16

    Wow, off the hook. I have the same Vette kit but not the Miss Deal. Not where I was going to go with it anyway, but man I really like what you did with that.
  13. Candies and Hughes from Polar Lights

    Looks like the suffering was worth it, good job.
  14. Old builds

    The T-bucket and the GTX really get me, nice!