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David Thibodeau

COMPLETE: Revell 2010 Camar SS Review

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I like the way this one came out, clean and crisp! I have built a bunch of the Revell snap Camaro's and seem to be addicted to building them, not sure why?! I would love to have one of these in 1:1 but if I did it would most likely be a convertible as there seems to be poor visibility on the hardtop.

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The finished result looks awesome!i'm looking forward to buying this one,how is the quality of the decals were they easy to apply?.

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The finished result looks awesome!i'm looking forward to buying this one,how is the quality of the decals were they easy to apply?.

Very easy, but I would not use the white rally stripes... they will bleed...

Thanks!

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very nice!!!! I have 2 on the way from ebay and a case on order at the local hobby shop..... hopefully one of the bunches gets here soon!!!

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Very nice clean crisp build! however the camaros are butt ugly compared to the mustang and challenger :P

Im gunna have to bump that comment.... im in love with the Challenger and the Mustangs still carry they're original bodylines to some extent...the

Camaro is just....not me lol.

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Nice looking Camaro David! I'm not a big fan of the Synergy Green,but it's still a very well done build. It looks like it could use a set of smaller tires just like the Mustangs do. Did you lower it some like you mentioned it needs or is this the stance out of the box?

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Nice looking Camaro David! I'm not a big fan of the Synergy Green,but it's still a very well done build. It looks like it could use a set of smaller tires just like the Mustangs do. Did you lower it some like you mentioned it needs or is this the stance out of the box?

Yes. I lowered it as much as possible. The wheel wells prevent any drastic lowering abilities...

Thanks guys!

Dave

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Very nice clean crisp build! however the camaros are butt ugly compared to the mustang and challenger :P

Here here,+2 (on both counts,LOL :P )

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Nice looking model but that green doesn't quite look bright enough to me. My brother's Camaro is alot brighter looking than that. Could it just be lighting? Never have used ScaleFinishes paint before but right now the color looks off if that is to be Synergy Green.

Here's a pic of my brother 's Camaro.

DSC00229.jpg

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David-

Nice build. I love the green and black combo. I think it would look really nice with white decals (maybe two sets together to prevent the bleed through). The paint detail on the wheels really makes it for me.

I saw this kit at the LHS today and remembered your build (I looked at it yesterday). I thought yours looks much better than the box art cars.

Later-

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Nice looking model but that green doesn't quite look bright enough to me. My brother's Camaro is alot brighter looking than that. Could it just be lighting? Never have used ScaleFinishes paint before but right now the color looks off if that is to be Synergy Green.

Here's a pic of my brother 's Camaro.

DSC00229.jpg

who's Challenger?? nice " driveway " !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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sorry to post in your topic, here is my Synergy Green, GM code that I had mixed up

DSCN3062.jpg

seems a bit closer to the 1:1 posted above

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who's Challenger?? nice " driveway " !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Challenger is mine Camaro is my brothers. When people go by they stop to look. Thanks for asking.

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