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OPINIONS WANTED --- SCALLOPS OR NO SCALLOPS ?--UPDATED--

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Obviously it still needs BMF etc....., but wondering if you think a few tastefully added scallops would be OK or too much?

Interior is gold/champagne

Body is Testors Auto Lacquer Artesian Turquoise Metallic.

W-170C wheels from ModelHaus.

Tires are Firestones painted by Irv Arter Jr.

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I vote scallops, but maybe something in silver?

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Super cool Pat , I'd lean towards white licks with BMF or de-chromed with the gold , cool wheel choice very period , what flakes did you use and can we see the back.............

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I vote scallops, but maybe something in silver

John..., all I have is the Fred Cady Gold scallop sheet.

Super cool Pat , I'd lean towards white licks with BMF or de-chromed with the gold , cool wheel choice very period , what flakes did you use and can we see the back

Ken,..... no flakes! Right out of the can!

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Clean lines , good stance gotta love it kinda build , maybe a little scroll work down low . I used that Cady sheet in red on my '62 ford pickup build , but ruined it by grabbing gloss coat instead of dull coat CSC'd and started over , be careful on the long decals the split kind of easy.

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Scalloped and foiled.

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Very nice build! Your choice to use the scallops was a good one...

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Posted

looks great, really like the "big flake" look to the paint.

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Pat, those scallops are dead on perfect, as are the chrome wheels. Have you given any thought to baby moons with those rims? They've always gone well together.

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Yes sir , you betcha , thats the ticket , that rear shot looks mighty fine

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Nice job! They make the car.

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