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finished VW 23 window and pick up

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had an extra kyote dune buggy and had some extra paint so I decided to make a roll around for it to sit in the pick up bed.

thanks for looking.

Bill Murrieta

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Very cool roll around! I really like your work, even if bugs aren't my thing.

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Those are too C 8) 8) L!

Nice use of the Fujimi engine stand for the roll around too :P

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very nice work!!! they both look great lowered

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Beautiful work, Bill. I love the old bugs and buses in any form. I have a 23-window started. Are these the Hasegawa kits, also?

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Thanks for the kind words.

Randy--i forget which 23 window kit this came from--hasegawa or revell--but they are pretty much identical. I think the revell came with different mirrors (elephant ears). The revell was also much cheaper, I hope they reissue that run again. How are you building your 23 window?

Bill Murrieta

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Very nice builds. What dune buggy body is that?.. ratrodder ...

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thanks ratrodder.

it's a MPC Kyote dune buggy, or what's left of one. It was a glue bomb kit that i have decided to just leave as a body at this time because 95% of the parts were missing or unusable.

Here is the box top/write up from Dave's show rod rally website:

http://www.showrods.com/showrod_pages/kyote_dune_buggy.html

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Nice work like the ride height and the choice of colors.

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