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This will be the last one of the year.  I really like this kit, may build another as a stocker with a 6.  I was disappointed with the decals, no sponsor name or drivers names, guess they saved on royalties.  #87 was Buck Baker, 1956 and 1957 Grand National champ.  The Black Widow was basically a factory race car, lightweight and with the new 283 small block with mechanical fuel injection.  I believe it was a milestone creating 1 HP per cubic inch of displacement.

 

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Very nice build, I've just bought this kit,although I'll be building mine factory stock.

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I remember enjoying this kit when it first came out. I really like your close up shots. Nice build!

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Great job, Bruce. I'm glad you didn't use the way oversized tires that some people have used on their builds of this car. 

just didn't happen that way back then. 

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Very nice.  On my list to purchase soon.

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Really a cool car and a nice build. I may have to pick this kit up.

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Outstanding build!1

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Great work Bruce!

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Fantastic build Bruce!!

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