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AMT 1957 Chevy Bel Air

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57BelAirTop.jpg57BelAirside.jpg57BelAirRear.jpg57BelAirleft.jpg57BelAirFront.jpg

Still needs a good polish but was a nice build!

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Great looking car Paul.

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Super nice build Paul ! I really like the color and your BMF looks excellent ! How do you polish it without messing up the BMF ?

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Very nice build, the color is perfect for it.

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Really nice build. Nice foil work and sharp color..

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I agree that is a nice color, and build. Is this the AMT pro modeler kit?

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The color and chrome looks very good Paul! Nice Bel Air.

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That is a nice looking, clean, SHINY :) :) :) '57. What's the color?

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Nice colors!

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Great build. Love the interior.

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Nice 57 Belair! I always polish the paint before I build the kit, makes it a lot easier!

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Looks great. I'll take one in 1:1 to go!

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Very nice color.

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really nice five-seven.... B)

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Great color, the stance is right, the wheels are perfect for it. I have a few of these Pro Modeler 57's that I got for cheap when Toys R Us got out of models the first time around... I gotta build one of 'em some day!

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That's nice. Love the color.

B)

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Nice job on the paint and interior, Paul!

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Ah, beauty, and oh an it matches the 56 Del Ray I just finished. I gotta build a few 57s. Thanks for sharing the eye candy.

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Very nice color! I love it!!!

Nice clean built!!!

Daniel

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Just a super nice clean build you got there.

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Thanx for the compliments guys _ the Color is Tamiya Metallic Orange and the kit i got from a Classic Chevorolet Combo Kit with 57 Bel Air - 58 Impala - 64 Impala inside

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How comes this 57 kit has been around for nearly 50 years, but a fresh built one can still knock ya socks off !

Looks like a built out the box Paul (?) but I love it !

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What nice and clean tasteful 57 and that burnt orange looks great on it. Nice build

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Put me down as #127 for loving the color... and everything else about this nice, clean build.

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How comes this 57 kit has been around for nearly 50 years, but a fresh built one can still knock ya socks off !

Looks like a built out the box Paul (?) but I love it !

Thanx for the compliment and yes it was out of the box

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