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  • Birthday 10/06/1977

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    Westminster, MD
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    Jason Sipes

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  1. Thanks for the comments. Like I said, not my best effort but looks good with my other Petty builds.
  2. I didn't open the cowl vent, they are just molded that deep.
  3. Nice looking Nova. What did you use for chassis/rollcage?
  4. Just completed my first model for 2022. This is my version of Richard Petty's 1970 Sportsman Dart. Not the best kit in my opinion nor my best effort. Just glad to have another Petty car in my collection. Started with the Amt reissue of this kit. Testors Big Bad Blue with Tamiya Gloss Clear. Had some fitment issues all over, body and chassis.
  5. Awesome. Will need a few of these as well as AWB.
  6. Have often thought about getting one these to build. Have always liked the look of this car and "Rooster" wasn't bad driver either. Just can't get past the kit decals. Wish someone would bring a good set of decals out for this car and the 87 version. Anyway, great job on your build. Looks great.
  7. I remember building that years ago when the kit came out. I was what 10-12 yrs old at the time. Didn't look that good. have been thinking about building another one but just can't stop thinking about the old kit decals and what they might be like. Yours looks great.
  8. Always liked the look of this car. Great job.
  9. Thanks. The 57 was painted with Scale Finishes Duck Pearl
  10. Great paint job. I see it looks like you used the kit supplied wood decal for the bed. How did it lay down for you? I just painted and dry brushed wood grain on mine, figured the decal would give some trouble.
  11. Here is a shot of a built Revell kit (mt fathers) with the resin body. I aligned the rear wheel openings to have the rear axle in place and look closely at the front wheel alignment.
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