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A pair of Kodak Oldsmobiles

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Rick Wilson's '87 and Ernie Irvan's '90 ....... both built over 20 years ago

 

 

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It just goes to show that you were a great model builder even back then.  They are both good looking models.  My very first NASCAR model was the #4 Kodak using Tru-Match (?) spray paint.  I have always liked that livery.

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Best colors out there I thought and the 87 was my first NASCAR build. Very. Ice work.

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Great looking pair

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Great work on both of these , you do real nice builds .

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Very cool!  Saw a show car years ago in the flesh, thanks for the memory jog.

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Nice work John!  Those Delta 88 kits were among the best Monogram made.  They went together well and there was not fiddling with the stance.  They looked low and mean right out of the box.

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Very nice builds!

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Nice job on those Kodak cars! 

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Very nice builds I have this set painted them tru-match Kodak Yellow just the decals disintegrated on me need to find the decals somewhere.

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Superb! Good to see that you've got the right stance and correct suspension height. I find that most of them are too high when completed.

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Super clean and beautiful work as always , John. Your a true inspiration for all of us.

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