'62 Buick Limo

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I got a resin '62 Buick Limo a while back and built it for our clubs "Big BOPpres theme" I still need to do some BMF to it. But it's done for now until I can find the time to work on it again.

This is what I started with.

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I used some of the custom parts from doner kit and here is how the Limo turned out.

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I really didn't like the look of the custom front ends grill, so I cut the stock grill & headlights off of the stock bumber and used it. Much better look I think?

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That's kool lookin.

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You did a good job Marty, and the club decals are really cool

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Okay, I want that. My address is...

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The cool factor is through the roof on this one. Very nice.

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I agree, very cool.

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nice.

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You did a great job, Marty, I really like it. Now that I know it looks really good can you take it apart so I can cast it now? LOL

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VERY COOL, 2 THUMBS UP.

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Great looking Build.

I'd Ride in that any day.. :D

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Great job on your limo I like the low look..........................

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There's SO MUCH COOL floating in here, I have goose bump's. :lol: :lol: :lol: !!!!!!!!

I love the land yacht's. And the bbiiggeerr the beettrrrrr..... Way sweet,love the blue,the car,and the mod's ....

Nice job! Michaelj...

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Nice, who did the casting?

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Really nice lookin' leemo, dood! Turned out very nicely.

Love the graphics and the 'politically incorrect' bumper stickers!

B)

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Who cast this?I want one bad,really bad.

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NOW I KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH THOSE TWO 62 BUICK KITS I BOUGHT. I THINK I'LL BUILD IT STOCK AS AN AIRPORT LIMO!

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Who cast this?I want one bad,really bad.

R&R, I think...I've seen them at shows and on eBay..wouldn't mind getting one myself, build it stock. It's based on a real vehicle, there is a black one pictured in an article in Collectible Automobile some years ago..

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Really nice lookin' leemo, dood! Turned out very nicely.

Love the graphics and the 'politically incorrect' bumper stickers!

B)

Thanks Danno!!!

But you do mean "politically correct" bumper sticker!! Of which I did not post a photo of it here. B)

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R&R, I think...I've seen them at shows and on eBay..wouldn't mind getting one myself, build it stock. It's based on a real vehicle, there is a black one pictured in an article in Collectible Automobile some years ago..

I got this one from Ron Andrews and at the time he said he was not making them anymore? My plan was to built it as a stock Buick Limo, but there was some side trim detail missing and I didn't think I could repair it to make it look right so I went with the custom way and removed the rest of the side trim.

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Thanks for all of the replies and kind words about this build.

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Nice job on this.

I'm not aware of Ron Andrews' offering, but yes, R&R does offer something very similar to this.

Charlie Larkin

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love it!

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