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Hi everybody,

I know these kits are very popular and I tried to create it a little bit more detailed so I add some more pipes, wires... and so on... I did not use LeMans stripes by reason, because in sixties most of Shelbys were without them when they left the factory

and it was more installed as a dealer option and to be honest I like it more without them. Colors are Gunze and Zero Paints with Gunze clear. 

 

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Beautifully built and photographed. 

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Outstanding Work looks Spot on 

Beautiful 👍👍

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Wow!!! Your chassis and engine compartment detail is a real knockout. Hard not to think it's a 1:1, congrats. Any further info on detailing would be much appreciated.

Cheers Misha

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Excellent work Rastislav! Your chassis details are top notch (and correct), and the stance is just right too!

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   About all I can do is Echo what others have said - Wow! Any chance you have Pictures of this in stages as it was built showing how you did your Detailing?

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Wow, that is an amazing build! Everything is top notch, and a great color to boot.  Do I spy the shift pattern on the shifter or is that reflections?

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Rastislav , I absolutely love your creation ! That blue colour is perfect ! Your detailling work is incredible ; that takes rock-steady hands to accomplish !

Where-ever did you source those Firestone tyres ?

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Hi folks,

thanks for your reactions. Concerning to your questions I enclose some pics from building proces and the tires are regular box stock tires from Revell only sanded and I use decals from http://www.indycals.net/. Distributor wiring are standard cables from Detail Master and the boots I have scratchbuilt from wire isolation. And yes there is a shift pattern but not as good as it should be...

 

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Wow all that detail is unreal. Scratch that. All that detail is TOO real:o

Edited by Fanof69

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Just a minute,,, there's one too many rivets on the....   This is the absolute best job I've ever seen done on this kit!!  That's a whole lot of hard work, it really shows!!  Did I mention I really like it!  (Friend of the family had a '66 same color.)

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That cannot be 1/24 can it? :blink:  Outstanding work whatever the scale!  I don't believe I've ever seen a solenoid under the hood of any model.

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