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Harold

Revell Torino

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Great looking build. I like how the side stripes blend with the body color. At least on my screen it seems Potobucket is holding some of your pictures hostage.  

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Nice Torino. Though from the title I was expecting to see the newer '76 version. Since that's been talked about so much recently. Still, your '70 is very nice. Good job. 

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My favorite Torino body stye. And yours is absolutely beautiful. Nice job!

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3 hours ago, unclescott58 said:

Nice Torino. Though from the title I was expecting to see the newer '76 version.

This blows the 76 away !

Nice job on  this Harold, tell us about the front tires,...and, did you put an engine in it ?

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Nice Torino.

I refer to that former favorite picture sharing/storage site as "PhotoToilet" since they kicked us all to the curb without notification. Free to $400/year is preposterous. Somebody in that corporation was looking only at the little picture of finances. They failed to consider the mass exodus of their former customers in what the change would do to their bottom line. If they could provide their services for free for a decade and a half, it doesn't take a financial genius or wizard to see that changing to $400/year would fail and may very well bring about an end to the company. You could probably count the suckers who bought into their new scheme on the fingers of an amputee.

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I can only see one picture, but man that looks sweet!  I'm guessing those are Pegasus wheels/tires?  The 70-71 Torino is one of the best looking cars of the era in my opinion.

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5 hours ago, Belugawrx said:

This blows the 76 away !

In general, you'll get no argument from me about that. It's titling this thread as just "Revell Torino" that gives one no clue on which Revell Torino one is going to find? A '70 Torino is always better than a '76 Torino IMO. Still I like the '76 Torino too. 

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