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Brett Bodine's Ralphs/coca-cola Ford

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I finished this one today,

I used the AMT Matt Kenseth kit with Slixx decals, also added some Fujimi tools

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That is a fantastic build ! So realistic !!

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Outstanding!

You would have loved the Earnhardt (Sr) build-up I saw at an IPMS show a few years back...it was the #3 doing a celebratory doughnut in the grass at Daytona. Among other touches, the rear tires' lettering was blurred giving the very realistic illusion of motion. The detail on the model (much like yours) was amazing!

Great job!

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Great display, photos and building!

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You know what brother, I love what you did with the car but man the hydraulic jack and stands are beautifully done and weathered, that's what I want to learn to do. Can you specify what you did to get them to look used? Nice overall job on that build......

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You know what brother, I love what you did with the car but man the hydraulic jack and stands are beautifully done and weathered, that's what I want to learn to do. Can you specify what you did to get them to look used? Nice overall job on that build......

thanks! the tools and stuff i am making for a Garage Dio im working on.. i just stuck some in the pic for fun lol,

for weathering them i use acrylic paints and pastels, dry brushing etc. until it looks the way i want

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