1972 Ranchero

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This was my first resin kit and it wasn't as different as I thought it would be . It's from Motor City Resins and is a nice kit .

The yellow is Krylon Bright Idea and the stripe is Tamiya TS - 31 Bright Orange . I modified the chassis from the Monogram '70 Torino GT and the engine is the 351C from the Revell Mach I kit with home made valve covers .

The only real problem I had was with the windshield . I pre - fit everything and it was just fine . Then during the final assembly it wasn't even close to fitting ! After several attempts I was just making things worse so it got glued in like it was .

Thanks for looking !

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Very nice. I like the colors a lot.

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Last ones .

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That is just Sweet! B)

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Very cool Ranchero! B) One of the best year models of Torino & Ranchero. Very beautiful build too, colors fit nicely together and like the details. Over all very nice build.

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Nice detail. GT stripes came out great. Sharp looking truck.

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Now there's something we don't see very often. That looks great. Nice work.

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Love the results ...the color , wheel/rim combo , engine bay

Simply STUNNING ! ...nice tags

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Very nice work on a very cool subject! Well done Bob!

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Like it like it like it !!! You sure got that old Ford blue engine color right too.

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i like it too!

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Superb build and so SHINY :) :) :)

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thats a cool build wouldnt mind havin that on the shelf!

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That looks great ! Love the choice of wheels and the color is cool. Very nice build.

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Very nice!

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Thank you everyone ! I really appreciate the comments .

BOB .

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Looks awsome! Came out great!

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Nice and clean build,and the engine bay looks real good also.

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FANFRIGGINTASTIC !! I think that cover's my opinion..

Michaelj...

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That came out killer.

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I'm not the biggest fan of Ranchero, but this one is actually quite nice. I like it very much. Good job.

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I like this one quite a bit . . . the color, the engine details . . . it's a wonderful model.

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Now there's something we don't see very often. That looks great. Nice work.

I second that opinion.

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Cool! Nice model.

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