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JPolli

Shark Corvette F/C

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Super cool! It has that vintage look and it looks just right

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Really solid build, nice shelf model or show car ,you should be happy with this build ,nice execution. 

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Very nice job Jim! Almost looks like a real car with the outside pictures!

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Very, VERY sharp model. I saw this car in the summer of 1968. Come to think of it, it might have been his '68 car. Would that have been built by that time? Either way, I recognized the name immediately! Well done! 

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I like this one a lot! One you don't see every day (or ever :)). Cool!

WF

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Absolutely beautiful work! If the photo was in black and white I'd accuse you of just posting a pic of the real car. Nice job again.

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Very cool looking Corvette! We don't see many of these built, but this is a great looking 'Vette body style. You did a great job on that. I thought it was a real car at first, nice job!

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On 1/4/2018 at 8:47 PM, Tedly said:

Very nice job Jim! Almost looks like a real car with the outside pictures!

I was thinking the same. 👍

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Thank you all for the kind words.  This was not a resin body.  It is a lengthened AMT 67 Corvette kit body over a Polar Lights chassis.

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The decals are from Joe Curtis at Fremont Racing Specialties (frsmodels@msn.com)

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