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here is another or the 4 models i got from that vendor at the indoor consignment flea market  i took it apart and reprimed it and then repainted the body and interior i also desided to do the interior a two tone red and white 

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1 hour ago, michelle said:

pretty much i am new to car models i mostly do star trek ships and and star wars ships and cosplay prop replicas 

Nice to see you are into Muscle cars and especially Mustangs and my favorites the 71-73s.

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30 minutes ago, vamach1 said:

Nice to see you are into Muscle cars and especially Mustangs and my favorites the 71-73s.

this is the first mustang i have done so far i have done 3 chargers  and a 70 superbee and a corvair
and a diecast mad max car and a car from hot wheels acceleracers i made from model parts and a pull back toy car 

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30 minutes ago, Classicgas said:

You should post your Star Trek ship in other. Especially if you do TOS.;):P

i dont do tos at all i only do discovery ,enterprise, ds9,voy tmp films and tng film ships and star trek online ships 

 

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Looks very good Michelle.  If I may offer a suggestion, when you paint the hood scoops and the cowl, I suggest using a wash.  You may have to fill it in a few times, but I find I have more control over the flow of the paint.  The car below I filled in the scoop on the hood and the vents on the rear fenders this way.

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5 hours ago, Jim N said:

Looks very good Michelle.  If I may offer a suggestion, when you paint the hood scoops and the cowl, I suggest using a wash.  You may have to fill it in a few times, but I find I have more control over the flow of the paint.  The car below I filled in the scoop on the hood and the vents on the rear fenders this way.

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thank you 

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