1953 Bel Air Custom

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Finally got this one finished. Shes Chopped, lowered, and I frenched/tunneled the tail and headlights. All moldings were shaved as well. Painted MM Bright Aqua Pearl then hit with Testors Dullcote. Hope ya'll enjoy and thanks for lookin'! Heres the Build Thread:

http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=52582&hl=

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Couple more...

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Outstanding and beautiful model. I love it.

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Love the color sweet build

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man, that is bad-A@! im diggin this a lot. B)

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Very,Very nice. I like shiney but I like satin too. That Chev is sooooo clean and simple(in a nice way) one just can't not like it. Again very well done.

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The satin finish is awesome !

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MY shelf is lonely..LOL!!! I tip my hat sir...!

Michaelj...

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That did turn out very nice.

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Love the satin! :wub: Nice lookin' Chevy!

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Perfect! She's a stunned :D

Denzil

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Great looking Chevy, I Really Like everything about it!

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Awesome! Love the color.

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Nice job that looks really good. I can imagine it SHINY :) :) :)

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I just love that color

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Wow, very smooth!

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You nailed it Joe..I wouldn't mind having that beauty on my shelf.

James aka Joker

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I like the finish, and the straight six mill under the hood.

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cool 53 bel air

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Outstanding, I love it! That flat finish with the whitewalls on black wheels really set this one apart.

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This kit is the next one on my list as well. Can you offer any pointers, hints on the frenched headlights? Thanks.

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Great looking build! Very inspiring

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That's really cool! Love the straight 6! B)

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Old school cool. Love it.

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Nice! Love the suede paint job. The straight 6 is the only choice for an old school custom.

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