My '77 for 7/7

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Not new, I finished it a few years back. And... it's the Revell kit with pre-paint body. That freed me up to add detail, and actually finish it.

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Excellent engine, interior detail ! ! !

Looks great for a older build.

I love these Bandit Trans Am's...

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not bad! where did you go? and did you enjoy the show where ever it was.

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That's got to be the nicest looking T/A engine I've ever seen ! Very Nice .

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thats a beauty, i love the bandit trans am's too.

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Fantastic build, great job!

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Sweet looking car. I am getting ready to start one for a friend as a gift. Hope it turns out this well.

Wayne

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Nice details.

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Super nice Jon!

Looks like a 1:1 B)

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Is it based on this kit?

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Nice T/A Jon.

I loved these cars when I was a kid!

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Great job. Love the license plate.

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Is it based on this kit?

Yes it is Casey. Far more detailed than the AMT offering.

One nice feature is the hood is attached at the rear corners. there are horizontal slots on top of the firewall, so I made this one piece non-functional hood spring. I just stuck that hook seen on the lower left into the slot, and it holds that metal hood up just fine. The music wire cross bar places the opposite side in place; no hook.

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As a kid who grew up idolizing the '77-'78 Trans Ams, I love it. this appears to be one of the nicer, less die-cast-like models, too.

I loved these cars when I was a kid!

Me, too...and still do. :wub:

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Sweet! These were the best of the second-gen F-bodies.

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Nice job on this one!

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+1

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this is a great looking model. i may have to junk one one of these days. :o

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