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Old Monogram kit, 1965. Bought it at the 2019 IPMS kit swap. Classic build, ie, no PE or aftermarket resin. A simple, not particularly accurate kit, but went together well. I find that when I'm struggling to make time for kit building, finding a "low-parts count kit" (20-30 count) helps get me over the motivation hump. 

Finished with Tamiya primer, Tamiya Ferrari Red spray can & Mr. Hobby clear. Used Bare Metal Foil for chrome. 

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3 hours ago, papajohn97 said:

What a gorgeous build of an ancient kit. The clean detailed job you did on the interior makes this build really standout. Inspiring build!

Thanks. I like building old kits to a level I could only dream of as a kid.

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