Done! 1972 Olds Vista Cruiser

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Finally got this one wrapped up a few minutes ago. I made the body myself and stretched the chassis. I scratch built the door panels. It has some issues but I am pleased with the way it came out.

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With it's baby brother

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Thanks for looking!!!!

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A 442 station wagon - pretty cool and SHINY :) :) :)

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Thats some intense scratch-building you did there, Great job! Vista Cruiser has always been my favourite Olds.

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That is really nice the 442 coupe looks exactly like a friends car .

As f this he has repainted it Silver .

but these two are awesoome builds. Very good work on the wagon

Michael

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Both cars look outstanding!!!!! Great work

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Very sharp build.

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Those are stunning... B)

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Oh that looks amazing. I love that shade of red. What kind of paint is that? Are they both resin kits?

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OUT STANDING !!!!!!!!

Michaelj...

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Oh that looks amazing. I love that shade of red. What kind of paint is that? Are they both resin kits?

The color is Testors laqcuer "Flame Red". They are both plastic kits. The coupe is a Johan body with an AMT chassis and Revell hood and bumpers. The Wagon is also plastic, Made from parts of 6 different kits.

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Incredible. Great work. I'm impressed.

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Nice conversion.

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What everybody else said! Beautiful work, great detail, nice colors.

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I followed your build and I'm impressed with the amount of effort and research that you puy in to it ! I plan on using yours as a guide to build my own .

Very nice model !

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Fantastic build!

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AWESOME!!!!!

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Wow 6 models gave their life for that wagon, but the end result looks well worth it.

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sweet

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Both are very nice, great work!

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I enjoyed following your work on the wagon, it's nice to see it done. Excellent work!

David G.

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Beautifil build and great color and finish..

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BEAUTIFUL WORK!!!

Very Realistic... :)

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Nice.

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Looks really good!

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Both are awesome, great paint work. That wagon is absolutely gorgeous.

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