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Retro collection 2010 gt500

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Part of the retro muscle car collection I'm starting. 2010 gt500 with deja blue metallic/silver exterior, and satin apple red/silver/satin black interior. I very much enjoyed building this. I'd put money on this being the cleanest build I've ever done. The kit goes together amazingly and is detailed very nicely. The only gripes I have are the stock ride height and the fact there's a gap between the supercharger snout.

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That is cool !!!

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Very nice!

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I enjoyed building this model as well, like you I was disappointed that the blower snout will not fit correctly, crying shame that revell couldn't get it right.

Mine is the same color as yours.

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Very well done! Great color too. Good job!

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That is cool !!!

thanks!

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Very well done! Great color too. Good job!

thank you! 

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I enjoyed building this model as well, like you I was disappointed that the blower snout will not fit correctly, crying shame that revell couldn't get it right.

Mine is the same color as yours.

it's kinda crazy to me how detailed the car is and the timing cover and supercharger snout are all one piece.... good to hear there's more blue ones out there. Best color on these I think.

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What color did you use for the 'copper colored primer coat' underneath the car?

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Testers copper shot thru an airbrush. I made it with 3 parts paint, 2 parts acetone. Siphon fed aztek airbrush. I used these pics as a reference 

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What color did you use for the 'copper colored primer coat' underneath the car?

i meant to quote you in my response. If you didn't see, I had posted your answer above.

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nice job, looks great

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nice job, looks great

thank you!

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it's kinda crazy to me how detailed the car is and the timing cover and supercharger snout are all one piece.... good to hear there's more blue ones out there. Best color on these I think.

i agree, detailed nicnicely but when they did the blower it went backwards to 1966, was very disappointed with that. 

 I have a ffriend that has a 1:1 real 2013 that is painted "gotta have it green".  Sooo sweet!

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They're definitely extremely nice. Great face lift from the 08. Your buddies car is the generation after this one right? Like the current generation?

i agree, detailed nicnicely but when they did the blower it went backwards to 1966, was very disappointed with that. 

 I have a ffriend that has a 1:1 real 2013 that is painted "gotta have it green".  Sooo sweet!

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Saw your answer above and I appreciate it, my friend...car looks great.

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Saw your answer above and I appreciate it, my friend...car looks great.

thank you! Happy building!

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