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Aoshima Nissan 1970 Skyline 2000GT-R PGC10

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Better late then never. For the 50th anniversary of the GT-R here’s my first gen Nissan GT-R build. The 21st of February 1969 was the release of the first Nissan GT-R and it was a very successful racing car. Here’s my street version. 

Aoshima kit with Aoshima Hayashi wheels, painted Tamiya pearl blue TS-58. 

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Excellent paint work. Very clean looking build. It looks so nice in so many ways, but think about doing something with the exhaust tips. Not trying to criticize but it would add that last little touch. 

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Thanks guys

 

I painted the kit exhaust silver. I probably should have used my Motolow chrome pen or cut the tips off and used some tube. 

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Great to see you over here mate, and you picked a good build to showcase. Look forward to seeing what else you post up.

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Nicely done. I've always liked the Skyline/GTR. Now I just need to build a model of one.

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Thanks guys!

 

Cool Hand I’ll post up the other 3 Skylines I built last year and then share as I build them. 

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On 3/10/2019 at 6:40 PM, Sandboarder said:

 

 

Cool Hand I’ll post up the other 3 Skylines I built last year and then share as I build them. 

Excellent knowing how you build, they will be just as crisp as this build.

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