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carcrazy19

69 COPO CAMARO

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I finished this over the weekend. Except for the tires that I got out of my parts box its pretty much OOB. The color is Model Master Hugger Orange. I had some trouble with getting the chassis to fit so that the tires were centered in the wheel wells. I also wired the engine but it didn't turn out as nice as I would have wanted. All in all I'm happy with it. Hope you like it. Thanks for looking.

 

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Can't find anything to fault. Could be either a 9560 or a 9561 Camaro, depending on what color the engine is....B)

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Looks great !

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I like it!  Nice clean work!

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Looks really nice

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Great job..

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Super nice looking Camaro!

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Looks awesome.

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Wow,excellent job.The car looks great in that color too.

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Looks great!!

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Looks tough with those fat tires in back!

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17 minutes ago, Hmann68 said:

Looks tough with those fat tires in back!

x2

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Well done, and the tires wow I can't believe you were able to get them under there............Good job! 

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Beautiful !  Love the tires you used . :)

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10 hours ago, bill lanfear said:

I like it!  Nice clean work!

Me too.

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12 hours ago, carcrazy19 said:

for the tires that I got out of my parts box

I love the stance, what kit are those tires from?

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5 hours ago, NYLIBUD said:

Wow,excellent job.The car looks great in that color too.

I agree. 

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Outstanding paint work, super smooth. In addition to the parts box tires those wheels are interesting, I like that style myself. I owned a '69 Camaro for 18 years and the only thing it shared with your COPO was the color combination. It got me tickets when I wasn't even doing anything wrong. Loved that car but it almost cost me my license.

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Sweet, clean, and SHINY :D:D:D.

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Beautiful work!!

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Thanks everyone for the compliments.

To answer you question Anthony, the tires are after market. I don't remember what the brand is. I bought them back in the 90's and I originally had them on a different model I think it was a 69 Charger. Then it took a nose dive off my shelf and it was destroyed. So I kept the tires, put them in my parts box till I rediscovered them for this build. The kicker is I remember buying a bunch of these back then and for some reason I got out of building and gave away all my kits that I had including the tires. Not a smart decision cause I really like them and I had a lot of kits that I wish I could still have. OH WELL,  lucky for me I had unknowingly kept the parts box which I found them in when I was cleaning out my parents basement.    

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Very nice.

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Very nicely done. 

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Outstanding model....

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Turned out great! Nice smooth paint and the meats out back really set it off well. Hope to finish mine up in the next couple of weeks.

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