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1968 Chevy Corvette L88 Convertible

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33 minutes ago, Snake45 said:

 

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Snake......legal or not. ...I have seen plates mounted in that configuration. ...only difference was it was a vanity plate that said "BLONDE "

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Oh!!    Not to derail the thread.......

Nice builds!!!!

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Outstanding work!,just a quick question,shouldn`t the chrome rockers be painted black with a little chrome showing at the top.

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11 hours ago, geetee66 said:

1st class build. You nailed it. The stance is perfect.

X2

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3 hours ago, kelson said:

Outstanding work!,just a quick question,shouldn`t the chrome rockers be painted black with a little chrome showing at the top.

I've seen them either way. I don't know if one style is representative of early cars or vice versa, so I left them chrome. In pics the lower chrome shows up better and not have the rockers "disappear". ;) 

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Bill, you certainly are a master.  Beautiful work!  

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22 hours ago, kelson said:

Outstanding work!,just a quick question,shouldn`t the chrome rockers be painted black with a little chrome showing at the top.

only for 1969

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Another beautiful build Bill, thanks for explaining your techniques. Love how you are bringing some of your old builds back to life!

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Very nice Corvette, the paint goes very well together with the redline wheels and the build quality is excellent.

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Thanks for all the very nice words fellas!

Now I'm focused like a laser beam on this '55 Ford Fairlane and I'm glad I was able to save the 'Vette from being forever "lost" and covered in years of dust. ;)

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Great work. Love the engine bay. The "wooden" steering is really effective - will bear this in mind for when I come to do something more "classic". As a modelling noob(ish), I find the notion of cutting BMF around (?) letters mind boggling! 😲

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Drop dead gorgeous build Bill. It's all there, paint, details....hell everything!! Glad you dropped the stance some and you're right. For some reason Revell auto kits always seem to build up a smidgen too high in stance. 

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