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Monza GT Corvair Completed


Joe Lange
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Wow, very cool! I always thought the Corvair Monza showcar was particularly interesting. Nice clean work on this one. I don't recall ever seeing one of these built before. Is this a plastic kit?

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3 hours ago, bisc63 said:

Pretty sharp! Was there a WIP thread? I missed it if so. Love that metallic gray color; very classy look.

Hi Rusty,  I'm not very computer savy so I'm still learning how to navigate the Forum.  I added some pics to my original post and this is my new and last posting on the car.  Thanks for the complements.

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2 hours ago, Kah puts said:

Wow, what a interesting car, I see a lot of different things going on, you've done a fantastic job, who made this kit ,kudos. 

 

Hi Glen,  It is an old 1/24 Tamiya kit.  However, I did a lot of scratch building to get it here.  See my original post,  'Monza GT Corvair'.  Thanks for the comments

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1 hour ago, Bainford said:

Wow, very cool! I always thought the Corvair Monza show car was particularly interesting. Nice clean work on this one. I don't recall ever seeing one of these built before. Is this a plastic kit?

Hi Trevor,  Thanks for the complements.  It's a kit, but definitely not an 'out of the box' build.  See my reply to member Kah Puts for details.

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17 hours ago, Ace-Garageguy said:

Entex. Very simple kit, very few parts in the box.

Entex 1/25 Corvair Monza GT - Rick's Model Kits   RARE ENTEX CORVAIR MONZA GT 1:25 SCALE VINTAGE SEALED ...

Ah yes. I remember seeing the kit in Auto World catalogs back in the early 1970’s. It was 1/20 scale if I remember  correctly?

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