I can't wait for this one,Now as far as flaws.....How long did it take revell to get the'70 Cuda almost right, years....I compared the body and bumpers to the resin MPC repop I own,Neither of them are 100% correct...........But, I'm pleased to just be able to have them to build,We as experienced modelers can fix minor issues in flawed kits......This Torino is a perfect starting point for a lot of projects......Off subject....I truly wish round 2 would of scanned the ORIGINAL '69 Charger body and hood for the snap kit ,Nobody has got that car right yet,Not even back when the promo/annual came out back when the car was new.......Close,but not 100% correct...I'm happy with just being able to builds the subjects I mentioned.......Enjoy our hobby people,I sure do,And love to see the amazing builds everyone on here do!
Very nicely done,The color combo looks perfect on this,Very period correct...I used to see a lot of GM cars around this area when I was growing up...Excellent build.....Now I need to finish my '71 and '72 using the same modelhaus parts. Awesome Olds!
WOW,Beautiful build......Everything looks right...And the paint, flawless.....I have a '69 Lemans in the works.....I used the monogram GTO for the interior,'69 442 chassis,And the polar lights '64 for the 400 engine,that had to be modified abit to look right,Awesome build my friend...It looks spot on.
I just ordered one, And the MPC Snap '69 Charger.....My first kits I have been able to afford for over six months..Also does the Cuda bumpers fit the old MPC kits?..I have a resin '70, and a '71 I'm restoring.
I Have a '78 Fury on my bench right now almost finished, It is being done as a factory stock, The color is the proper metallic mint green, With a dark green interior, I used the grill and Fury taillights from the Yodel New York City kit.