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Hi everyone I'm working on this kit...... this is a quick build for a group build....... 

This are the wheels and tires........

The two tone paint..... 

The idea.........

I will post more pics..........B)

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Looks great so far, Luis, haven't seen one of those for awhile!

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I am totally digging this build.  I am a big fan of El Caminos considering I own one. i really like the look you have gone with, the steelies and white wall look great. Looking forward to more.

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That's going to be sharp !

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Love those '59 El Caminos! This looks like it's off to an awesome start!

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Thanks everyone....... I had a little situation with primer and the paint..... the paint didnt stick to the primer.... i fond out when the boddy felt from my hand........

I strip the paint........

I repainted..... this time I used a metallic blue paint with the blue......

i will post more pics.......

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Hi every one...... i finished some of the chrome parts.......

I will post more pics........

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Luis,

   I like your color choice ! Are you going to use BMF on the trim? 

 

 

  Be Well

  Gator

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Luis,

   I like your color choice ! Are you going to use BMF on the trim? 

 

 

  Be Well

  Gator

I'm planning to use a chrome polishing powder.... Usich.... the same that I use on the wheels and engine... (tomorrow I will post the picture) is easy to use.

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Luis,

   I like your color choice ! Are you going to use BMF on the trim? 

 

 

  Be Well

  Gator

This are the pics of the product.....

i did the valve covers and the blower scoop.....

I will post more pics......

 

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Great looking '59 !  I love the 2-tone blue you picked and the wheel/tire combination looks great too ! :D

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Those wheels look great and that paint job and color, beautiful!

 

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Very nice work, really liking the color and engine.

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Thanks every one...... up date..... I used for the first time Bare-Metal foil......

also i strip the chrome that came with the kit and re chromed using Alclad..... i primed the part with Vallejo black primer..... then i sealed with a gloss varnish...... i applied the Alclad........

I will post more pics.......

 

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I took some pictures out side......

i will post more pics......

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Having built a couple of these I know first hand that you couldn't have picked a harder one to do your first foiling job , fantastic job ! :D

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      That is looking really good. Super job on the foiling !

 

 

   Be Well

     Gator

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Gonna look sharp. The yards of BMF looks great against the blue metallic. Looking forward to seeing the whole thing come together with the big blown Caddy and the wide whites to see the effect they will have.

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Thanks everyone..... it's finish..... 

 

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I'm stealing this color scheme for a future build. It's ridiculous how beautiful this looks!

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Nicely Done! Great color and paint work.

David G.

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