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Finished 1967 Mustang Fastback

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Here is my finished 67 Mistang. Matched with a Replica's and miniatures non GT body kit...which included the rear panel and front grille emblem, side louvers (WAY better than the ones included in the kit), hubcaps and backup lights.

Pained Duplicolor Whimbledon white with acrylic 2 part clear. Interior a shade of Plastikote red touch up paint.

Opened and hinged the doors, and hinges the trunk.

Comments and criticizm welcome !!!

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Nice work, love the "non-GT" look you acheieved!

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What did you do to the plug wires, wipe them down with lacquer? VERY realistic appearance.... The entire model looks great, right down to the "over spray" on the floorpan.

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John. Actually the plug wires are part oif a pre wired distributor bought from Arrowhrad Aluminum Accessories.

http://arrowheadaluminum.homestead.com/

I swear by these, and put one on every model I do. They are a few bucks a piece with the aliminum base... Or 2 buck each without. A buck shipping. So for 11 Bucks I get 5 distributors. You can choose several colors for both the cap and the wires.

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Hey Jeff, I just noticed you had this done! Great Job!

And those doors turned out pretty well too! :wink:

I'm thinking about building a Mustang (Shelby?).............it's been nearly ten years since I built one :shock:

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Very nice indeed Jeff.

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Very Classy Jeff, Well done

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Beautiful Mustang. It looks great, really impressive.

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