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The kit is the 1967 issue of the '32 Imperial without the Gangbusters extras, but some very nice box art. This 1931 Imperial is the basis for the eventual colour scheme. A lot of classics have their chassis painted to match the body, but apparently Chrysler just painted the Imperial chassis semi gloss black. The body is done in Humbrol #20 Crimson, though the fenders will eventually be in a slightly darker colour.
Been meaning to post this model for some time. Finished it months ago, but I have been having some issues in my personal life. So, with that being said my post may be sporadic for the next few months. I'll be posting some of my photos that were lost from Photobucket, but I will not be building any new models for the next 6 months at least. While I have a place to stay as long as I want; I have angered my land lord's son in law who has decided to harass me after I reported him to my land lord for trying to scam me. So, I have decided to purchase a home, but have run into some issues on that front as well. I'm hoping to be in a home early next year, but I do not want to build anything new as it is already going to be a stressful move due to my collection already. With well over 200 models I am really worried about stuff being broken. It's been causing a lot of stress on me in what has already been a very rough year. I've had a falling out with a best friend, literally a week later another good friend O.D.ed, I've had changes at work, and a couple other things. I've been pretty blah, and just keep forgetting to upload the pics. So, here's what could be my last model of the year. SAM_0641 by Eric Lucas, on Flickr SAM_0642 by Eric Lucas, on Flickr SAM_0643 by Eric Lucas, on Flickr SAM_0644 by Eric Lucas, on Flickr SAM_0645 by Eric Lucas, on Flickr SAM_0646 by Eric Lucas, on Flickr
Reissue of '59 Imperial by Model KIng. Molded/cast chrome taillights in red-tinted resin, added mirrors, antenna. Interior has flocked carpeting, power window switches by Model Car Garage, and foot pedals out of the parts box. Gave the roof the option treatment of brushed metal/vinyl using paint and texture. Paint is custom mixed lacquer under two-part clear. Thanks for Looking!