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Built straight from the box except for the wheels and tires (Pegasus Chrome Ts with the centers painted graphite metallic and photo etched key and keyfob and a little BMF. The paint is PPG Deltron dark green metallic base and PPG Concept 2000 clearcoat. All built in 3 days thanks to the paint dries quickly and requires no polishing.

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Later Al

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Wow , very cool Mustang.....super SUPER build..great work..

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That's from the tired old clunky AMT kit?! :shock:

Outstanding job!!

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Are you kidding me Al???? That car looks simply beautiful! :shock: :shock: :shock: What a fantastic job on that car, and I'm not even a huge fan of the 64-66 'Stangs. That car looks simply awesome though. You sure did that thing justice!!! Keep up the fantastic work!!! :D:D:D

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Gorgeous 'stang! 8)

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That looks great Al.

Charlie

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looks real good Al.very clean build

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Very nice!

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Beautiful job! It looks perfect with those rims.

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Now that i like!! Great job

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Al, beautiful build! Got any pics with the hood up?

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Sorry no underhood pics it's glued shut. This model was sort of an experiment. This was the first time I used this kind of paint so it was a quick build, just a shelf model. It won't be the last one I use this paint on.

Thanks to all who commented on it.

Later Al

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Great looking 'Stang! Nice detail on the interior.

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That's one of the coolest builds of this kit I've ever seen 8)

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Beautiful Mustang, great job Al.

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Thats beautiful!

How did you get so much detail into the dashboard? Is that all done with a paintbrush and magnifying lens??

wow nice!

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Harvezter, I do use a powerful magnifier. For guages I use flat arcrylic craft paint for the backgrounds and artist colored pencils for the numbers and needles. This is a little tricky but remember to keep the pencils as sharp as possible and use very light pressure on them. Use the best pencils you can find, I buy mine at a local art supply store. Most of the chrome is done with a artist paint marker with a .003 tip but if possible I do use BMF but not on this Mustang. I almost always put a key in the ignition switch. It just gives it that finished look. My best advise is to practice.

Later Al

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beautiful work, my compliments on the interior ,looks very real.

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