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Cpt Tuttle

1937 Chevy coupé

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Built from a pile of parts I bought years ago. Though everything has been going wrong with this one, for example the engine got crushed (!) so it's a slammer without powerplant now, also, after several repaints I still didn't manage to get the right shade on the hood halves, and the fit leaves much to be desired on them for some reason. But despite being a quick and dirty hackjob, I still like it in some strange way.DSC01498.JPG.29f466f62ce5bc2ab7de6e03a2f9e8dc.JPG

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Cool color combination, sort gives it a Rolls Royce feel.

David G.

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This is just a guess,but if you put Tamiya Clear Orange over the kit chrome you might come close.

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Tamiya transparent yellow straight over the chrome. Orange looks more like copper IMO.

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