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Ford Mustang Boss 1070

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Hello, I recently registered on the forum.

Here are some pictures of my Ford Mustang 1970 (Monogram).

This color is not really original, but I think it suits him well. This car is far from the quality of the models I see on this forum. But it is only the second model I have built since my return to the hobby.

There are still many problems: racing stripes, black painted engine compartment, etc. On the pictures, the rear spoiler is off, I repaired it, but I could not redo the photos, given the weather here.

Your comments are welcome: I'm looking mainly to improve my models.

I use an automatic translator because of my poor English: I apologize for the mistakes that remain.

http://img689.imageshack.us/i/mustangsnow4.jpg/

http://img14.imageshack.us/i/mustangsnow5.jpg/

http://img402.imageshack.us/i/mustangboss.jpg/

http://img689.imageshack.us/i/mustangboss13.jpg/

http://img195.imageshack.us/i/mustangsnow3.jpg/

http://img46.imageshack.us/i/mustangsnow6.jpg/

http://img24.imageshack.us/i/mustangsnow7.jpg/

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Very nice! I like how you painted the grill. Can't wait to see more.

Mike

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Beautiful! How did you make the wipers so real? PE?

I agree those wipers look amazing, nice job and welcome !!!

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That is a clean build. :unsure:

There is a real mustang down the road from my house that has a color

that looks a lot like yours.

Thanks for showing it off.

God Bless

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Being a Mustang FAN, you did an AWESOME job on that BOSS!! LOVE it!!! Beautiful paint job and engine. Keep-up the great work!! :lol:;)B) B) B)

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Thank you for your nice comments.

I could not answer before today because I could not connect my computer on the forum...

The wiper are photoetched (detailmaster). There is a little work to remove the original wipers that are molded in but it worth.

Thank you again.

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