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A back yard dream

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Here is one i built for one my local race car drivers from the 1960s thru 1980s , this car was run at a local track in the 70s until the track was closed , and the sat in his back yard until ( well still there ) , and he wont sell it to me to restore . so here is pretty much the way it sits right now.

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Good diorama. It looks like you have a lot of well done detail, but it's difficult to see it from these wide angle shots. Tighter shots would better show your detail work.

From what I can see though, it looks really good. :unsure:

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What a neat looking dio.

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Pretty cool... for a better perspective and photo,try getting it off the tile floor.

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Good job Randy!

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Ron you are the ( in my eyes the jalopy king ) you do the cooleat builds ive ever seen i just love your builds . thanks for letting me in the club thanks everone here fopr accepting my modest builds . i love this site .

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Building all my own 1:1 racers myself, I can really relate to this one. "A back yard dream"

When building, I spent as much time in the seat dreaming as I did building.

Thanks for showing and thanks for bringing up those memories B)

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Well I had to go find a couple of old pictures.

B)

My 2003 (season) Monte Carlo (top) and 2005 (season) Monte (lower)

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Nicely-executed.

Charlie Larkin

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