Ko-motion '67 Vette

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Here is my Charlie Snyder Ko-Motion Corvette. Decals are from Whoopie Kat and worked real nice for me. Let me know what you think. Thanks

Tom

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Posted · Report post

Nice L-88!!!!

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Posted · Report post

great build!!!

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Thanks for the comments!

Tom

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Tom,

AWESOME Build.......I have an old issue of Vette with a feature on that car....DO you have any contact info for Whoppie Cat???

Tks....

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Try whoopiekatdecals.com. They have a very nice seletion. That vette is awesome.

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No problem John, Keven at Whoopie Kat is awesome to work with and will help in any way, He is on the west coast.

Tom

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Really nice model Tom, Looks real sharp. Interesting but sad story about that car though,Seems the young fella that raced the real car on the East coast, outa new york or Jersey I think, Died in Viet Nam in 68 after only 3 mos. in country. some of his friends recently found the car and restored it as a tribute to him,and theyre running it again. I got this story outa Hemmings Muscle Car Review.

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Posted · Report post

Awesome, great job!

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great build ! what kit did you start with and where did the wheels and tires come from?thanks R

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The kit is the '67 Corvette from Revell. The wheels are out of the '37 Ford kit I think. The hardtop came from an old '63 kit, not sure the date or manufacturer. The slicks are old pieces out of a junk drawer with a blue line decal out of the AC Cobra kit. Thanks for looking.

Tom

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Tom,

Very nice paint, decal and detail work!! That's a "keeper"!!

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Raul, thanks for the nice words, I am happy with it and it is a keeper!

Tom

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