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AMT 1937 Chevrolet Master Business Coupe

Jim B

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After watching Chris' (hpiguy's) video on this kit,20220827_182441.thumb.jpg.b8029c721694f29bc6eeb4d913976a96.jpg


I hemmed & hawed about it for a while, but I eventually pulled the trigger.  I liked the idea of being able to build an everyday car.  Nothing fancy.  No big engine or drag tires.  Just a car.  Do I did.  The fit ranged from pretty poor to bad, but it's an AMT kit so I'm not surprised.  The body color is Tamiya Maroon TS-11 and the interior is Tamiya Light Sand TS-46.  The build is completely box stock, with the Michigan Historical License Plate being the only thing added.  I'd like to say that the build was enjoyable, but it really wasn't.  Oh, well.  You have those every so often.  Going from a Tamiya kit to an AMT kit probably wasn't such a good idea either.  Anyway, I'm glad it's done & on the shelf.



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Onward & upward!

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  • Jim B changed the title to AMT 1937 Chevrolet Master Business Coupe

Thanks, Bob. I thought that maroon was appropriate for the year of the car. The Stovebolt Car Club plaque comes with the kit, and I thought it would look good on a "restoration".

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