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A friend picked this up at an estate sale. A lot of glue. Parts glued in the wrong places. I decided to just clean it up and I liked the color. Painted the interior and top tan as I thought it looked better than white. 

 

 

 

 

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Very nice paint and colors. The engine looks great. 

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Thank you Al, Lee, Ray and David. The blue is the molded color. I was able to get the glue off without much trouble. And then coated it with Pledge. I just thought I should add a tail pipe. LOL!

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Nice! One of my favourite of the Monogram Classic series. Is it an original issue? The blue looks nice and deep.

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Thank you. Yes it is. The instructions were not In the box but a little  Monogram flyer booklet advertising their other kits had a print date of 1966.

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Great job! Love the color, they are such beautiful cars!

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Very nice!

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Great save !  :)

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Excellent rescue! I first thought that the body color was paint, it looks great.

David G.

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On 6/2/2019 at 6:04 PM, ewetwo said:

Thank you Al, Lee, Ray and David. The blue is the molded color. I was able to get the glue off without much trouble. And then coated it with Pledge. I just thought I should add a tail pipe. LOL!

She's lovely David. That is how I had done mine as well, only clear over the model's color. 

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Thank you guys. It was an interesting build getting the thing apart to glue it back together correctly. I just went with my building knowledge and past mechanic experiences to put things in the correct places again. 

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Very nice!  Polished plastic looks great.

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Love it! Man, do I wish they would do a metal roof version of one of these. One of the most beautiful cars ever.

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7 hours ago, Tyler62990 said:

Love it! Man, do I wish they would do a metal roof version of one of these. One of the most beautiful cars ever.

Thank you. I agree. It looks newer than a 1941 doesn't it? Beats the 1948 Lincoln big time.

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