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om617

1969 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe

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Started this with AMT 1970 Impala kit. I used chassis,engine,doors and quarter panels

and 20% of the trunk,interior bucket,wheels,part of dash from the 1970. The roof and

sail panel is 1969 Wildcat,the front fenders,hood,bumpers,valance f/b is resin,tail lights

are Modelhaus. Transmission is resin automatic,some scratch build under the hood

that aren`t 100% correct,but an improvement imo compared to the stock kit.

 

Noticed the car surfing Google,and wanted to try do somthing similar.

Color is LeMans Blue,Parchment interior,Turbojet 427 & Turbohydramatic (Th400).

Thanks for looking

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Oh my another good looking Chevy, well done.

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Wow. Beautiful!

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You put a lot of work into this one.  Great job!

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Looks great! Like the engine and interior detail.

 

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Very nice chevy !!!

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Great job!  My second car was a '69 Impala, opposite colors of your SS, white car with blue interior.  Unfortunately mine wasn't an SS, it had a 327, electric windows, electric seats and locks.  I honestly bought it from a little old lady........  One of my favorite cars.

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Looks great!!

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Spot on cool !!!

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You nailed it!

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One nice Impala! Great color combo and those Cragars look great. 

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very nice

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You have a good mix of body parts. I think the Roof from the Buick is what gives this model a unique look. Very nice and a perfect choice of wheels for this Cruiser.

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Great Job!  

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What a great conversion!B)

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Looks great!

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That's really nice. Great job!!

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Great model, I love Impalas!

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Great build. Love the interior

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Terrific build.

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very nice  job , looks great

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Cool conversion.  Nice work on the interior.

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Impressive kitbash of parts to create a cool build!.

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Very, VERY nice work, and it's a different version from the rare and seldom seen AMT kit to boot. Well done and model on! B)

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Very well done!  I don't think I've ever seen anyone create a '69 Impala with the Sport Coupe roofline.

I also like the Caprice hidden headlights, which are a popular upgrade with owners of 1:1 '68 and '69 Impalas. (Why GM didn't offer it as a factory option with the SS package is beyond me)

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