Revell Gearz Contest Entry

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Well I got this one done.

Hoping it will kick start finishing a few that I have started and need to get back to.

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Scratch built exhaust with fuel and brake line's to the back,scratch built disc brakes

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Lot of work to the engine bay.

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Edited by ewaskew

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Looks great, nice job

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looks awesome... wish mine was that shiny.

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nice job

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Very nice. I like all the added details,great finish on the body

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Nice! I like it a lot!

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nice job

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Another great build, Earl! :)

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Ecelent paint work & i love the black crome on the bumpers

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looks clean so far is that black crhome on the bumpers if so how did you do that then.

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Nice results on that model. Good job.

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Oh yeah. I like this puppy. So clean and neat. SHINY :) :) :) RULES!

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I must've missed a build-up segment. How'd you get it to sit so low?

Turned out nice, BTW!

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Thanks for all the comments everyone.

Heres some replies to some of the comments.

I didn't write up that it is the Revell kit Street Burner

As for the Bumper colors they were dechromed, sanded smooth then painted with Tamiya Gunmetal then gloss coated.

As for the ride height I cut the front molded axles and dropped it where I wanted it and glued them back on with them on the tire and rim.

I left the rear end the way it came in the kit.

I did a few WIP'S in under glass but not a lot of details were wrote up on it.

I didn't want to do a lot of WIP post then loose interest in the build.

I'll post more detail photos with what was done now that I'm finished with it later on.

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Nice clean build. Great stance! Thanks for sharing!

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Great looking "SS". I wish I could black to lay down as nice as what you have done.

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Nice and sinister just how I like em.

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phew, that's evil. lovely detail.

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Very Nice

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This is the one I entered

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Posted

cool Chevelle - well done!

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That is one mean looking Chevelle!

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Im digging it, GOOD LUCK man

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