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1965 Ford Mustang

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Another Norm Beechey car. This was the first ever Ford Mustang in the world to win a touring car race.

The AMT Mustang kit was built pretty much out of the box. The plain steel wheels were detailed and tyres taken from my parts box.

Decals are Patto's Place and paint is rattle can.

The rear of the grille was sanded down and replaced with a fine mesh.

The piece under the front bumper represents an oil cooler and the stance mirrors the real car.

The window glass was replaced with clear acetate all round.

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Thanks for your kinds words fellas,

Much appreciated.

Cheers.....Geoff

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Thanks Frederic,

The kit is an easy build but produces a nice looking model. 

Cheers......Geoff

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Nice looking Mustang.  Does it have the stock engine from the kit?  I like the look.

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27 minutes ago, Jim B said:

Nice looking Mustang.  Does it have the stock engine from the kit?  I like the look.

Yes Jim,

Built pretty much out of box with a few enhancements, but engine bog stock.

Cheers.... Geoff

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Two thumbs up.  Someday I'll do a European rally version with the oversized lights.

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Thanks everyone,

Great feedback really does spur me on to keep building better models!!!

That's the real spirit of this hobby of ours 😄

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