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  1. 18 hours ago, avidinha said:

    In ' 72 they moveed the turn signals from the bumper to in between the headlights. I think that was the only noticeable change.

    you're right, it's not much differences between 71 and 72.Thanks


  2. 6 hours ago, avidinha said:

    Nice job! My first car was a '72 Sedan DeVille, I've always wanted to build a replica of it.

    72 probably did not have any significant differences compared to the model from 71? Thanks


  3. On 8/15/2020 at 3:26 PM, Mike 1017 said:

    I have been enjoying your builds for a long time. Have you or will you do a WIP?

    Mike

    I will try, but usually I have several or a dozen projects at the same time and it is a bit difficult, but i will try.Thanks


  4. 21 hours ago, peteski said:

    Grzegorz, to są piękne modele!

    Too bad not all of us have the talent scratchbuild models like you.  Are you planning on scratchbuilding the '79-'85 Caddy Eldorado?  Or have you already made one? :D

    Thanks for kind words, this caddys I made  for my friend, I made one copy of them. Yes i want to made a resin of 77 , 80 seville and 81 ElDo.


  5. 10 hours ago, peteski said:

    I own its "cousin": 1985 Eldorado.  To my knowledge, no 1:24/25 scale plastic kits of either one have been made.  There are however some really nice 1:43 (assembled) resin models of both cars available . The ones I own are from NEO.  I guess those are better than nothing.  I asked at NEO if I could buy an unpainted and assembled "kit" from them (so I could build and paint it to look like my car). Unfortunately that was not possible.

    I believe TKM made slush-cast bodies (or even complete kits) of both of those cars , but I really don't consider those as workable.  I don't even know if TKM is still around.

    Bill, Lincoln tried to imitate the bustle-back Seville in the '80s, but I didn't think it was a big seller.  Then there was an '80s Mopar car with somewhat similar rear end (was it Mirada or Imperial?).

     

    NEO Model:

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    ..here you go

    http://cs.scaleautomag.com/sca/modeling_subjects/f/35/t/128048.aspx

    http://cs.scaleautomag.com/sca/modeling_subjects/f/35/t/127358.aspx

    http://cs.scaleautomag.com/sca/modeling_subjects/f/35/t/127520.aspx


  6. On 7/2/2020 at 2:34 PM, David G. said:

    It's a great looking car, good color choice and a well done conversion.

    I've seen your work many times on this forum and I'm always favorably impressed.

    I would like to make one suggestion though.

    If you have access to photo editing software, you may want to try cropping your photos a little closer to the car. This way you can show less of the background and a closer view of your model allowing for more of the detail work to be seen.

    If you don't have access to photo editing software or are unable to otherwise edit you photos, that's okay, it's just a suggestion.

    I do enjoy the photos you post and I appreciate you taking the time to share them with us.

    Best Regards,

    David G.

    I'm sure you're right, I can't take good photos, I don't know anything about photography, I just take a camera and take a picture. Thanks


  7. 12 hours ago, Eric Macleod said:

    I am impressed.  Is this the Kojack car? It really looks great. 

    Not this one, please check my  some posts back there, I show Kojak car.Thanks


  8. 1 hour ago, Steamboat said:

    Nice work as always!

    How in the world do you build these beautiful one of a kind models so quickly?

    ...I have something like a production line ha ha 

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