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Jo-Han 1970 AMC Rebel Restoration Complete

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Pick this kit up at a swap meet back in June, it was built-up. After stripping and reworking this is what I ended up with. I decided to go without the Red, White & Blue "the Machine" paint scheme.

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Here is a few more.

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Beautiful looking build. Very realistic looking build of a much under appreciated car.

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Oh that is very, VERY nice! Good to see one not in R-W-B. In fact, you built this almost exactly as I would, if I ever run across one of these cheap (or at least affordable), right down to the color. Well done and model on! B)

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Very nice 

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Great job on that Rebel Machine Bill, and excellent choice of body and interior colors too.

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Beautiful looking build. Very realistic looking build of a much under appreciated car.

X2.

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That is very nice !!!

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I like this one ................ nice color and nice model !

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You really nailed it, Bill. Makes me feel like I'm back in my little hometown with the AMC dealer. Fantastic attention to detail, especially the dash and tach.

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You really nailed it, Bill. Makes me feel like I'm back in my little hometown with the AMC dealer. Fantastic attention to detail, especially the dash and tach.

Exactly! 

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Outstanding model!  Very neat clean work.

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Very nice.

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That's one beautiful AMC you have there.

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Very very nice !

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Nice save and great rebuild!!

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very sharp build

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very sharp build

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That is simply awesome in every way-great color-great car-great build!!!

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Looks great Bill, detailing is just right not over the top.  Good looking model.B)

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Not sure what it looked like before but this is the way it should definitely look.  Nice!

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Now this is the way I like to see Rebels!

While the red/white/blue paint scheme is interesting, I've always thought it a bit gaudy for this type/size of car, and your version is 'bout perfect! I also have a Rebel builtup I believe I've had close to 10 years, but haven't done a thing with it..........yours gives me some ideas. ;)

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WOW..!  Very nice..!

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That's what I call a quality work. Two thumbs up!!

One question tough: Did Jo-Han forget the tailpipe? I see the exhaust there, the muffler behind the rear end, but then nothing more?

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Yup, they forgot the tail pipe. I have to scratch build something.

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