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Learning lab 67 Corvette

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This started as some paint testing.  As it progressed, I started doing experiments with other stuff.  So it's done.  Interior and wheels are among the best paint brush detailing I've done.  Body?  Pretty bad.  I weathered the underside but again, not my best, but some paint experiments.  No photos of underside.  

 

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Looks good, I'd be more than happy with that. The colour combo reminds me of the usual British sports cars, e-type, MGB, Triumph TR6 etc. Very nice.

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Despite the red plastic issues this turned out very clean looking. Nicely detailed interior and trim.  

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I would say the experiment was a success.

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Nice work. The interior is that bit more obvious on a convertible and what you've achieved there has paid off.

As I know from recently building a '65, the bodywork on these C2s is rather challenging even without being experimental.......

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Very sharp '67 !  You definitely nailed the interior and other detailing , including the wheels  . . . very nice !

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Looks good to me Randy, Nice Job.👍👍

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Looks great, really like the interior and color combination!

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