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Revell 64 Ford Thunderbolt done as the Bob Glidden Racing SS/C car. Slixx decals, Comp Resin wheels, Speedcity Resin rear tires, AMT front tires, RB Motion valve stems, and MAD prewired distributor and Accel Supercoil

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Really sharp looking T-Bolt , great job ! :D

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Wow!

That's a beautiful example of what can be done with this kit.

David G.

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Wow, that is one beautiful FORD.  Bob Glidden was one of my favorite drivers, may he R.I.P.  You have done some excellent work on this build.

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Wow, what a great build. Super Clean Graphics and stellar paint work.

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Great looking T bolt.

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Nice build of Bob's car.

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Thanks Guys...appreciate the comments. 

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Very nice indeed.

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3 hours ago, R. Thorne said:

Great job.  What paint did you use on the wheels?

Thanks Ron...the wheels were painted with Tamiya Silver Leaf (TS-30) over white primer then sprayed with Tamiya Semi Gloss Clear (TS-79) and the lug nuts and caps were done with Moltow Chrome.

 

Thanks again to all that have commented so far...

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