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Just finished this Revell kit, I enjoyed it very much.  I admit I'm a masochist in that I enjoy decaling and this car has a lot of them!  Curbside, low parts count, I see more of these on my bench in the near future.  Comments welcome, thanks for looking.

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Great job Bruce!

I have built a lot of race car kits and I to enjoy the decal process the best. Main thing I’ve learned when applying is patience, patience, patience!

Russ

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2 hours ago, Rich Chernosky said:

Very Nice job Bruce...what did you use for red paint?   Looks good. 

Tamiya TS-49.  Stuff is pricey but works well.

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Nice work, Bruce.

I've rediscovered these Revell Reynard kits as well.  You've shown they can be built into nice models and they're a nice break from some of the newer kits which seem to be getting a lot more complex.  

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Always great to see a Champ Car and yours looks great. These were really nice kits. I still have an All American Racer version in my stash.

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Very nice - good to see some of these getting built! I built one (the AAR version) and still have a couple with aftermarket decals in the pile.

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Looks awesome!  Always nice to see the Reynard kits built up on here!

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