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ClayK

'14 Austin Dillon DOW Chevy SS

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A quick somewhat box stock build using the Revell Snap Chevy SS kit. I added new side skirts, and a new front splitter from sheet plastic. Paint is PPG basecoat black and white, cleared with Omni 2 part clear, then polished out. Decals are from Powerslide. I'll do some mild interior detailing, and a few external details. Mainly I do these for paint practice, and because they look great once built up.

 

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I filled in the molded kit roof flap borders, and replicated them with Powerslide's new roof flap border decals.

 

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Clay

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Clay .......Very nice.......this with no dought will come out great

 

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Outstanding paint and decaling work.  Well done!
 

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Very clean Clay, a great looking sheet and excellent work as usual.

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Great job as usual! Outstanding job.

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Clay... Looking awesome Brother!! You always do a killer job on these. I have a couple of these I need to break out and play with myself just for a fun quick build up. I will be looking forward to more. Keep up the killer work.

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Superb paint and decaling Clay well done. Watching this with interest!

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One word come to my mind!!! wow!!

Really glossy paint and awesome decal application.

As usual!

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Don't know how this got by me. Excellent awesome work by the master of the hobby.

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