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The Stalker 3D printed pro mod 66 Nova

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I just added some graphics to the body.I guess it came looking ok.Still more work to be done.Also sorry about the crappy pics.Im still using my I phone 4...😆

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Is there a chassis ,interior ,engine cause id like to see it, body looks pretty good ,nice  stance. 

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Looks good, any thing under the body?

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Is there a chassis ,interior ,engine cause id like to see it, body looks pretty good ,nice  stance. 

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This is basically the chassis,and interior.The only thing missing is a dashboard.It is from a diecast prostock car.Rear slicks axel,and wheelie bars.Nothing to detailed.Everything just kind of slides in tightly and fits.But Basically after ruining another decent model,I've just decided to make this a shelf model.A far away shelf model.Covered up hidden,shelf model.I bought the body cause I thought it was the coolest and only pro mod 66/67 Nova body.I bought through TDR,I think--Via Shapeways.Its a 3D print.Anyway,another one bites the dust.RIP pRo MoD nOvA👋👏👏👏

 

 

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A couple of more shots of the car,before it goes into the scrap bod parts bag

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Sorry to hear about your trouble . I know that there are lots that can trip u up . That's why I fit fit and glue before I start painting . Keep your head up , its just a hobby .

Jeff .

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See 

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Hey Ron, don't toss it in the scrap heap!!!!! Looks to good to do that with it!!!!!

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Oh yea,I forgot I posted this.Thanks guys,I appreciate it.Damm Kerry,it looks like u threw that Camaro under a train...:oAs far as the Nova body,I'm just gonna put it off to the side for now,and then maybe try and rebuild it at a later time.

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You might consider sitting your model on a lighter colored back ground for taking photos. The stack of model boxes and checkered base are distracting to the viewers eye. I use big flexible sheets of plain craft paper from Hobby Lobby. Thanks for sharing.

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Yes I agree with u,Mister NNL.he pictures background is pretty distracting when looking at the car.From now on,I'll just use a simple white background.

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I'll work on taking better photos,Thanks for the tips

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And Mister NNL,I agree with u 100%.The pics were horrible.I had just bought a new phone,and I guess I was testing it.

Thanks,I turned the car into a beater pro mod 66,black Nova.But I'm having trouble down loading my pics.

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Yea,I took all the decals on the pro mod Nova.It was s mess...Its now a flat black stretched out beater Pro mod 66 Nova....Having trouble down loading my pics***

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