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Hi guys it s been a long time sinc5d378a030b1bf_P1050323(1).thumb.JPG.3dacafa1bbfdda76c109f6646771655f.JPGe I posted car on here. So here is my latest build Its the 72 Sir Well Dodge Charger. Hope you all like it .

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That's beautiful in every way. I always enjoy your builds Stephen. Nicely done.

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Beautiful car. I love the paint and the attention to detail.

What scale is this? I am guessing 1/16 with the detail.

if it is 1/25,that would be incredible.

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Very nicely done Stephen.  That's a gorgeous funny car if ever there was one.  cheers, tim

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That looks great!  Nice build and amazing gloss on the paint - what clear did you use?  I  thought I knew who Paul Smith was, and here is an article from 10 years ago or so http://www.competitionplus.com/featured-stories/2666-paul-smith-–-standing-the-test-of-time   His son John still is in the sport, and his daughter-in-law is Rhonda Hartman-Smith, who drove TF.

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Stephen.... Wow my friend, thisnis a gorgeous and awesome build. I love all the details you added. I cant wait to see this beauty in person. Nice job!!

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Thanks a lot Guys for all the comments I truly appreciate it.  

George, You are right it is 1/16 scale

Chris Williams, I used some English Acrylic called U-POL. The numbers are UP 2881 Clear and up 2327 for the hardener. There is no thinner required. The mixing ratio is 4 parts clear to 1 part hardener. It drys very fast and hard. Its a dream to rub out and polish. Love it

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Man, that looks terrific. Great detailing and paint. Real great work.

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