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Thunderbird Pro Street


cobraman
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Used the Revell Matt Hayes kit . I had some problems with this kit but it could have been me and not the kit . Just finished it this morning . Not at all happy with it but here it is with all its warts . The black trim really gave me fits and I didn’t do a very good job on it .  Tried first with a black marker but that did not work too good so I used Tamiya bottle paint . Painted with Tamiya yellow and cleared with Duplicolor 1k clear . 

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I don't know, the color kind of grows on ya combined with the decals. Rub it up and get it a little dirty and it could be a neglected former show winner from it's heyday. I would love to have a couple of these kits myself, one as the actual car and one with a little imagination added.

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