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Mustang Shelby GT500 1969 ----FINISHED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Work on this Model started.

The body was primed and painted, waiting on the decals , window trim and clear coat.

Here is my progress so far. Thanks for looking.

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More Pictures on my website

To see this model visit this link : Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 1969

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Ok, here is the progress on this model. The work on the fenders.

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I know that it needs more work, but any critics or feedback its appreciated.

More photos at www.scalecarsclub.com

or click the following link: FORD MUSTANG SHELBY GT 500 1969

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Nice work on the fenders... but now you're going to need wider tires to fill them! I'm not too familiar with Mustang kits... is that all one kit or parts from several different kits?

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Nice work on the fenders... but now you're going to need wider tires to fill them! I'm not too familiar with Mustang kits... is that all one kit or parts from several different kits?

All parts arew form the mustang kit.

And youn are rigth, i already have wider wheels with tires.

Thanks,

EDB

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Here is the progress. Wider Fenders, New paint (Electron Blue Pearl). Wider Tires and Wheels.

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More pics. Here is how ia rigth now. Almost finished but some extra detailing is on the way.

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More pictures at Ford GT 500 sHELBY 1969

fEEDBACK IS APPRECIATED.

THANKS!

ED

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Efrain,

I would suggest a black wash on the grille. That is basically very dilluted paint, to flow into the recessed areas.

Give me a call (or a PM) and we can talk about it some more......

Saludos,

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