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Nice job--great color, and as mentioned above, the wheels are a great look.  I also really like how you did the vent windows.  They look so much better with the rubber simulated...I'll have to remember that when I build mine.  Excellent!!

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That's a sharp looking little Camaro Steve! I really like the color! Did you add the chrome strip on the rockers?

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Wish I had something like that for the BiG Cruise Saturday... Nice build! 😎👍

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On 8/12/2019 at 10:23 AM, Plowboy said:

That's a sharp looking little Camaro Steve! I really like the color! Did you add the chrome strip on the rockers?

It was already molded on there Roger.

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Thanks everyone.

it was a pretty relaxing build, no drama. I thought I'd have problems when it came time to mate the body to the chassis/interior assembly but even that was mostly trouble free.

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Very nice! I didn`t think much could be done with those old MPC BFG`s, but they look really good on this! What kit are they from?

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10 hours ago, Hawk312 said:

Very nice! I didn`t think much could be done with those old MPC BFG`s, but they look really good on this! What kit are they from?

Thanks,

They're from the last issue of the '88 Dodge Daytona.

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Digging that colour- and the tint on the windscreen.

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Very nice. Great minds think alike. I think Turquoise is one of the best colors for that car. I have several more of the kits to build.. I really like them

 

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On 8/10/2019 at 11:59 AM, espo said:

Great looking day 2 build. Very nicely detailed trim. Not many remember the black rubber around the vent windows. 

That is a good tip. I'll try to add that to my builds.

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On 8/11/2019 at 4:19 PM, Can-Con said:

Thanks again everyone, I appreciate it ! ;)

It may be too late but may I suggest opening the hood scoop the let your carb breathe.

SABA NW model show 013.jpg

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1 hour ago, Bills72sj said:

It may be too late but may I suggest opening the hood scoop the let your carb breathe.

SABA NW model show 013.jpg

It's a cowl scoop, air comes in from the high pressure area at the base of the windshield.  Opening the front makes no difference on the real thing and may in fact defeat the effect.

But thanks for the comments.

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