50 Chevy Pickup.

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AMT's 50 Chevy. Out of the can Tamiya paint and clear, no polishing!

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Just, wow. Nice work!

I agree, I love that Tamiya paint, I tell people it's like an airbrush in a can.

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This is just beautiful!!

I love it!

GREAT job!

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Really nice motor detail work! Nice build!

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Absolutely STUNNING......................very nice......thanks for posting this.......

Regards

Bill (Duntov)

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Thanks guys. I got a bit too much blue in the paint I mixed for the engine.

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Very nice. I enjoy streetrods, but I love seeing factory original's as well. One doesn't see many original, untouched Bullnoses...

You did a great job on this one! Kudos! ;)

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Sweet pickup. Well finished and detailed. Excellent job.

carrucha

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Nice! Looks like one of those Danbury Mint models! :lol: Very nice engine detail, too. Pretty cool in every way.

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Sweeeeet,

THe engine looks really great

Nice looking Paint too.

Super Job.

Great looking Truck (in the car section :lol: )

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Thanks guys!

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Wow! Overall its very very nice! But the engine is really great! Probably looks better than any stock one ever did.

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B......E.......A.......UTIFUL! I agree with Harry, it looks like a Danbury Mint model. Great job!

Rod

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