You did a Fantastic job Andy!!! I started one of these long ago and I know that fitting and aligning the parts on this Old kit is not a walk in the park. The body is a two piece assembly, plastic is thick heavy & brittle and you can't tweak a part without the risk of breaking it. The paint looks great, nice color choices and the interiors looks beautiful. I really like the grill, you did a fantastic job on it considering it is molded to the body. Thanks for sharing!!!!
Beautiful work as always Bro !!!! The paint color turned out great !!! Shades like that have a tendency to fade out while airbrushing and sometimes you don't notice it until clear-cote is done, but this one is just perfect. Love the engine Carbs!!!! Brutal Hermano !!!!
Hi Kevin, If you have the factory color code, check with your local automotive paint shop and ask them if they can match it in a spray can for you. I use an airbrush but I have had a few factory colors spray canned in the past. It may look expensive but consider that you can get a 12oz spray can for less that $20.00. Tamiya spray cans hold about 3.4oz and prices range from $9.00 to $10.00. The website below is just an example of what you may get at your local automotive paint shop: http://www.automotivetouchup.com/spray_paint_matched.aspx Hope it helps.