My 1966 Chevy Nova Street Machine

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Here some pics of a model I finished way back in 1995. It's the AMT 1/25 scale item and is pretty much straight out of the box...

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Very nicely done Sonny!

Love the bright yellow! B)

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VERY clean! I like the body colored bumpers.

Chris

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Looks great, even if I can see the 90's building style on body colored bumbers and wheels. Anyway it's built very nicely, excellent paint job and fantastic details on the engine. I really like this one.

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Thanks for your positive comments. Back when this was built the colour coded bumpers was my way of getting past the issue od seem lines in chrome. This was long before I had heard of the likes of Alclad etc.

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Clean and SHINY :) :) :)

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really beautiful. i dont think a lot of those engine parts came straight out og the box though!! seriously, very nicely done. i have real problems dong one like this, i always try to "overkill" the build. those headers didnt come in that kit, did they? maybe i should start looking at small block stuff a little closer.

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Really nice work on your nova. Nice finish and color, great engine detail. Very nice looks like a fresh build..

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really beautiful. i dont think a lot of those engine parts came straight out og the box though!! seriously, very nicely done. i have real problems dong one like this, i always try to "overkill" the build. those headers didnt come in that kit, did they? maybe i should start looking at small block stuff a little closer.

Yep - I usually go little OOT with modifications too - and so by my standards this is kinda 'out of the box' :rolleyes: .

The headers come with the kit, but are part of the side exit exhaust system, so I have used the 'street machine' headers and combined them with the stock exhaust system.

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Very nice job! very clean!

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Nice Nova, I also like the colour!

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That is really sweet!

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Here's some more pics...

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Nice build!

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So sweet and SHINY :) :) :)

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I see you have some s10 SS emblems on the front fenders! Nice touch!

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I see you have some s10 SS emblems on the front fenders! Nice touch!

Well spotted.

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nice detail

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Nice little Chevy II !

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That's a pretty lill yellow Nova... nicely done

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very nice work B)

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