'66 Chevelle Wagon

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Revell "California Wheels" Chevelle Wagon.

Resin tires from "The Parts Box", wheels from my parts box (AMT '69 Chevelle I guess?), Morgan pre-wired distributor. Lowered the suspension as much as possible without cutting rear inner wheel wells. Everything else box stock.

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Another nice and SHINY :) :) :) build.

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Can't say enough on such a beautiful wagon,love the color and the the simple touch of the 'Vette wheels just makes it a perfect family Cruiser.......

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NICE!

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Looks like a nice long roof sleeper.

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Yes. looks very fine with those wheels. Very clean built - wel done!

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that is nice! I like the wheel choice and it has that sleeper look to it.

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Nice build.

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Another outstanding build ! !

I like the color... :rolleyes:

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That's a beautiful wagon... Nice work!

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Gotta love a long roof sleeper. The color, wheels and tires are all perfect for it. If the guy in the other lane overlooks the SS hood and the 396 callout on the fender, he's gonna get SMOKED!

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Nice take! Love the wheel selection.

B)

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Now, that's the type of hi-performance car I'd drive...doesn't call attention to itself, goes like a scaled cat, and still has a tremendous amount of usable space.

Cool.

Charlie Larkin

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I've been wondering what to do with this kit for years now. Seems I overlooked the obvious,lol.

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Wow.... let's drive this one to the swap meet and fill up the back with parts!!!!!

Nice build!!!

Regards

Bill (Duntov)

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Wonderful, nice color too!

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i like it

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Like that "sleeper" look. Nicely done.

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I love it...very nice

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Nice family cruiser.

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Thank you for all the comments everyone. :rolleyes:

Since I don't have time or money to build my dreams cars in 1:1, I'll do my best in 1:25, heh. Every kit I build, I try to build as I think it should be built in real life. I'm glad you like it. :P

I could still use some constructive criticism on my modeling techniques, since I do try to improve with every kit I build and I know I have a long way to go...

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Nice looking sleeper!

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