69 Mustang Mach 1 - Finished

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This was going to be my entry into the GearZ/Revell contest but I had an issue shrinking my pics and didn't get the entry done before the deadline. Oh well, there is alway next year.

I used a combination of copper and transparent red to match the Ford colour Indian Fire Red.

Interior is black with wood trim.

Done box stock.

Enjoy

Danger

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Looks great

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Nice clean box stock build,color looks awesome.

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Uhhhh Adam, Daddy-O, that's a 69 Mach 1, not a 68. But whatever, It's still a NICE lookin ride!!! :lol::D;)

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D-oh. Stupid fat fingers. Yup, it's should say 69 Mustang.

How can I edit the title?

Danger

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Adam go back to the original post, hit edit, then use full editor,

I really like the color of this Mustang, makes it different from the rest, see you Wednesday.

Nick

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I like the color, very nice.

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Flawless ! ! !

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I knew that was Indian Fire Red before I even read your caption. That's such a unique color & it really seems to work well on these 'Stangs. Kudos to you for figuring out a way to achieve that color on your own. It complements your clean building style.

I keep hoping some enterprising scratchbuilder/caster will come up with a more correct grille for this car. Anybody?

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Oh man, this looks cool! Very nice color. Well done!

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Many are bteathing a sigh of relief you did notenter.

Ijt's really nice.

joe.

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beautiful color,nice work...Slusher

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Hey, looks good , even if ya can't type ! Now go enter that Jewel !!!!!!!! Ed Shaver

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Stunning! Clean build, awesome color!

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Nice job, it looks good!

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Sweet - i love box stock!!

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that's sharp

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How dare you post pics of a real car and call it a model! :lol: Beautiful work!

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Nice job on the Mustang. I especially like the color. When I was 14, Dad and I went to the Ford dealer in Ortonville to buy a new car. I got to help with the color selecion for a '69 Fairlane wagon. For the Fairlane, the color was called Indian Bronze.

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This is a very nice build.

clean. and an attractive color scheme.

nice work.

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Thanks for the compliments.

It only took about 4 plastic spoon tests to figure out the colour combination correct.

I wish I took a pic of the interior before installing it. The wood grain looked great but it's hard to see on the finished model.

Danger

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Great looking Ford Mustang !! It's hard to beat the 1969 model year .

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Love the color and the car. 69/70 and 71/73 mustangs are my favorite.

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very cool looking MACH 1

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Here's a few more shots from the past weekend.

I need to re-fix the rear pinstrip decal. The Mustang letters were dry brushed, gas cap is black washed and the pipes are drilled out.

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This shows a closeup of the side emblem and BMF work.

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