1966 VW Karman Ghia

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1966 VW Karman Ghia

Basically Box Stock Model with Wide Whites and trim rings

Bronze with white interior

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ps.... Harry it's got Mirrors

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ps.... Harry it's got Mirrors

Yes, it does! Which makes it a much more realistic model than it would have been without them.

Very nicely done. Not just the mirrors, the whole thing! B)

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I think that's just down right CUTE ! :blink:

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That is beautiful, very well done

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What a beauty! Love it! :wub:

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Pretty fancy paint for a VW :lol: ! Very nice clean build. I used to see these everywhere back in the day, now nowhere outside of a car show.

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Yes, a beautiful model.

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sweet looking Ghia. B)

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I love it! Very nice build. I like SHINY :) :) :)

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Very nice and clean build. Good job !

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The poor mans Porsche!...beautiful job B) B)

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That's really nice, I want to do one of these one day. I always thought the Tamiya kit was curbside though?

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Very , very nice ! !

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I always thought the Tamiya kit was curbside though?

Nope... it came with an engine.....i had always thought that also....

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One of the best VW's ever, very nice.

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Very nice and "KILLER". That color just pops and sure makes it stand out. That super smooth clear doesn't hurt either. Very nicely

done and super clean....I want one.....

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Nice VW !

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NICE!!!!!!

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Nice color choice. very clean build.

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Thanx guys for all the feedback... do appreciate the great comments

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Really nice build Tom. I love the color and the wide whites look great on this!

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Real nice !! Use to drive one of those while in college. Not that color (did'nt have colors like that). Fun little car.

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Nice build . Ok , a repaint (Earl Schieb ; "Any Car , any color" [as long as it was their excuse for paint {IMHO}] . The tires had to be leftovers from prior to 1962 when the thin whiote walls came out and made the W/W's obsolete and extinct as Dodo Birds . Just right for a Penny Pincher of the day ! Well done model . Thanx ..

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What was your source for the whitewalls you used?

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Very Nice !

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