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1960 Ford Starliner

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Built for a 1960/61 Ford Starliner challenge.

Basically box stock except for a wired distributor and Pegasus wheels tires and brakes. Lowered via modified kit parts.

 

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Nice work! I agree, stance and wheels are perfect!

The lighting doesn't do the color justice.

I recently bought that kit and its very nice. I plan to do something similar.

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Very nice. Perfect stance and the way you detailed the wheels really helps with the overall look. Did you do a slight two tone effect with the paint ?

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I love anything '60 and your Starliner looks great in those colors ! :D

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Stunning car.  Excellent build. 

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Bought 4 of these Starliners for the engines and chassis's to put under some Galaxies but seeing your build I want to build one. Great job!!!

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That's very nicely done... wheels look perfect on it too.

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Man, that looks great Jason, I really dig the 60/61 Starliners. Great looking cars that get overshadowed by the Bowties.

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While the Starliner may not be a car I would normally pay much attention to, your build definitely makes it stand out and certainly sparks my interest... Perfect wheels and stance!

 

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Thanks. This was a fun build of a kit that has been around a long time. Almost all the builds of this kit I could find were done close to stock, just not my style.

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