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Sweeeeeeeeeeet! 🙂👍

Anychance you could post a picture of the door hinge.... Thank you! 🙂

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2 hours ago, Deuces said:

Sweeeeeeeeeeet! 🙂👍

Anychance you could post a picture of the door hinge.... Thank you! 🙂

Please go down to Tips, Tricks, & Tutorials. Look under "door Hinge" post. I'll put info there

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Ok, started on the motor. So far, so good

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Looking good, Terry. I’ll be following along this build. Can’t wait to see more.

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Looks great so far, and the opening panels fit so nicely when closed, excellent!

 

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Well finished the motor. Like my Fram filter. Some of my own decals. On to #5, Revell 1970 Pontiac Firebird

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Alittle more work on the '60 Starliner. Experience has taught me to reinforce the rocker panels on these I put opening doors on so they don't break in two. If you didn't/don't know this, take note. They break real easy once you cut the doors out!

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Sanding down reinforcement and checking to make sure frame fits without bowing the body out

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I have this kit on my to-do-in-the-nearer-future list, so I'll be watching with interest. The work you did, especially on opening the doors and trunk, looks very good so far. Did you choose on a color yet? What I like especially on this car is that it's overall appearance may change dramatically with the choice of certain colors. Use an aqua or turquoise color and it will be a nice bright and elegant sports coupe, use black and it will turn out to look real mean! B)

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13 hours ago, Tommy124 said:

I have this kit on my to-do-in-the-nearer-future list, so I'll be watching with interest. The work you did, especially on opening the doors and trunk, looks very good so far. Did you choose on a color yet? What I like especially on this car is that it's overall appearance may change dramatically with the choice of certain colors. Use an aqua or turquoise color and it will be a nice bright and elegant sports coupe, use black and it will turn out to look real mean! B)

Going with a bright yellow exterior and a light yellow and white interior. plans may change

 

 

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13 hours ago, David G. said:

Watching this with interest.

David G.

Hey, you're the one I got the reminder from I put over my work bench!

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2 hours ago, Super28 said:

Hey, you're the one I got the reminder from I put over my work bench!

 

 

Cool, it's nice to know that I can sometimes have a good influence over people too. :D

Thanks for letting me know that.

I built a 60 Starliner some years ago. I really enjoyed the kit.

David G.

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