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About 70elcamino

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  • Birthday 08/28/1963

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  1. Here you go, it has to be "charged" in sunlight, but it does look really cool glowing orange.
  2. That has always been one of my favorites, and you did a great job. Russell
  3. Looks very good, I like that gold. Russell
  4. It was very difficult to build a model like this and not paint the body, have not done that since I was a kid. Everything went together Ok, except both bumpers need work to fit, and I am still not happy with that. But it really is cool how it glows orange, looks neat setting on the shelf. If you are a Dukes of Hazzard collector, you should get it. thanks for looking. Russell I guess my camera had a hard time focusing on the glowing car.
  5. I did these 3, box stock. I think they look good on the shelf. I also try to buy these when I can find them reasonable, for my nephews and grandsons, so they can start learning how to assemble. The ramblur is my favorite, I used flat black on the roof and waxed the rest of the car. sory the pics are blurry, it was before the new camera. Russell
  6. This really was a fun kit to build. Thanks for the comments, I appreciate it. Russell
  7. I have been waiting for this one too, Russell
  8. This was a couple of glue bombs, a sand shark and some repro decals, and I have another Tom Daniel car for the shelf. thanks for looking. Russell
  9. you did a great job, that is very cool.
  10. It looks great. Russell
  11. If you look at the Monogram Hangman, it was changed from the Dragon Wagon to a wrecker(Hangman). The first car in the pic is the Hangman. Russell
  12. Looks good, I had a red one like that years ago. Russell
  13. Finished this last month, hope you like it. thanks for looking, Russell
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