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1962 Ford Galaxie

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I built this as a replica of a friends 1:1 Galaxie. I started with a R&R vacuum craft kit, body, interior, grille, front and rear bumpers. The frame and drivetrain from the AMT 1960 Ford Starliner. Thanks for looking!!

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Looks great! Looks very real with that background. Very nice work!

Sam

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That is really nice

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Sweet Galaxie. Always liked the 61-64 Galaxies. Rare to see such a nicely done 62 in model form.

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NEAT!!

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Very nice.

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I absolutely love it-I admit I'm a stoned mopar freak but I like a few other things.Of all galaxies 62 are my favorites.I got a real nice 62 galaxie wagon promo in excellent shape I plan on doing something with.Congrats on a nice build !!!

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Haven't seen a '62 in a while. Excellent job!

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Looks so real.  Great build. 

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Sorry the pictures are kind of fuzzy. Right now I can only post from my cell phone. So I took pics from my desk top monitor with my cell phone. 

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I liked it a lot. The model looks very real on the pictures, and even the pictures look from an old magazine, what gives some extra charm. 

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Looks great ! Brings back a lot of memories for me as my first car was a 62 Ford.

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My parents had a beige 62 Galaxie 500 four-door with clear plastic seat covers. I got to drive it occasionally and never really liked it but I DO LIKE your model. It looks like you did a very good job.

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Looks great.   

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Love these early 60's fords and you done a fine job with this one.B)

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Outstanding work, even through the fuzzy pics!  

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Very realistic looking build. The trim details looks perfect  

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Well done !!

-Steve

 

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Beautiful!

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nice work , looks great

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Really dig your'62.  Great job.

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NIce work on an unusual subject!

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