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Well weathered and junkers

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Hey guys lets see your junkers and well well weathered vehicles,abandoned,curb side you get the idea.

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AMT 66 Nova

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MPC 69 Camaro

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Revell 58 Corvette (mild weathering)

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Oh my, where would we start! LOL! There are so many wonderful builders here who do the weathered beaters and junkers. I will show you a couple of mine:

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I don't have any to share, I like my models shiny, but the 57 bel air and the 69 camaro are very realistic, would love to pull either of these out of the weeds.

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Here's one of mine.

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David G.

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My '37 Chev and Cherry 2K Mustang.

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This is my only real attempt at building a weathered vehicle. It's a '34 Ford Pickup converted to a flatbed. I had a ball doing this as I didn't have to worry about making it look "pretty"...

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I've only done a couple of these, and had a blast with both of them. This first one is an actual 1966 AMT Corvair Corsa annual that I got on eBay as a glue bomb. It looked so rough that it gave me the idea to rebuild it this way as soon as I opened the box:

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I call this next one "Junior's High School Hot Rod" Junior was a part-time burger-flipper with NASCAR dreams:

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Sorry about the blurry pics of the Ford. I was using an older, 2meg camera without a close-up setting.)

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Hi,

i will show you some junkers / weathered cars from my collection. There are about two dozen of them, i think, thats too much to show one by one here.

I have a junkyard, where some of them are parked (sorry for the bad light). Left angle:

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and right angle:

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A partsdealer :D

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a lost Trans Am

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a owner with his 57 Bel Air and a junker to spare parts

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whait a minute for my favorites...

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here we go ;)

I think, thats may best i made: my "rolling restauration"-Bel Air

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a 65 El "Drag Camino"

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my first made Wrecker "the Beast"

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my weathered Phantom Turbine after a mismatched paintjob

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at last, my 58 T-Bird (also made after a bad paintjob)

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Thats it, Thanks for your attention ;)

The next i am building, started today. Sheriff Rosco's Police Car.

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here is a few of mine...

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Oh my, talk about kicking up some great rust. All these builds are beautiful in their own crusty and gunky ways. Rob, I really love that Mustang. Great job.

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You guys do some great work

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Couple of shots of 1 of mine:

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How about a well weathered and beaten Race Car:

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Some really gorgeous work, folks. Can't get enough.

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onlyone I did was the first one i did as well

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32 Ford Jalopy Racer, ready for another heat!

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My favorite kind of cars rusty and beat up fist a Dodge monaco next a yenco camaro and last and by far the best 1929 ford pickup.

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That Green '69 Camaro is a Baldwin-Motion car...not a Yenko...I built a shiny one in green, too!

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Yes Tony you are correct it"s a Baldwin car my mistake i should no better since i live in new york on long island about 10 minutes from the location of baldwin motion shop that is now closed.

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