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Brudda

1967 Toyota 2000 GT

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Excellent!  I have wondered for some time how much of the Toyota design was based on the Alfa Canguro, a beautiful show car from 1964.  I've overlaid them here:

 

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Like everyone else the paint job is flawless!and really suits the body lines of the car.B)

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On 2018-07-21 at 8:17 PM, maltsr said:

Wow, gorgeous build, you did Mark's generosity justice.

Yup. Definitely.

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Thank all of you for the great comments. 

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I thought it’s pics of a real car!

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Spectacular build Bruce.

Dave B

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Wow, that colour... Amazing build

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The QUALITY of this build is amazing, and the paint... just gorgeous !!

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Looks absolutely phenomenal. Superb work!!

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Stunning build!

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The First contest for the Toyota. Took first place for factory stock, best automotive subject,and Best of Show at the Reno High Rollers IPMS contest. I would like to thank my friend Mark for the Toyota and his support. If anyone has entered a IPMS event, autos are mostly overlooked ,as the armor, navel vessels and aircraft  builds are so impressive. I just lucked out. Thank you Reno High Rollers for the great awards. P.S. thank you peteski for the correction on the backup light as the judges would have caught that. 

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P.S.P.S. Thank all of you for the great comments. 

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