Joker's AMT 1959 EL Camino

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Wow! That's a beauty! Great finish and interior! Nice work!

Sam

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Now what? How are you gonna top this....Everything looks tight on it. Gotta love the organ pipes. '57? Awesome job, dude! Kudos. Bart.

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You have truely done the lines of this car justice,you have exceded and surpassed anyoner attemps I have seen at this kit.If there were a hand claping emoticon I would be using it now.

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Good job James, really looks sweet B)

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Hey kiddo, that's not half bad!!!(Lol) You sure got the look down pat,Jim! color combo's right on too! GREAT job!!!!

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Man oh man that's gorgeous !!

I can just here that "Brrrappp!" of that 348 through those exhaust tips B) .

What-ever happened to the *malnourished* driver ???

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Very well done.

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Man oh man that's gorgeous !!

I can just here that "Brrrappp!" of that 348 through those exhaust tips B) .

What-ever happened to the *malnourished* driver ???

Thanks Y'all..

@ John Shoe...saving him for another project...hahahaha

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very nice!! i like it.....very smooth a lot of details....good work

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Joker, that's all sorts 'o rad. Nice one.

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Thanks

Here she is al'natural...hahaha

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freakin' beautiful!!!

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Nice.

B)

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Hey James ! Sorry for not commenting sooner , but you already know that I think it is Gorgeous ! I never mentioned before that I like the way you did the

2 - tone paint , with the white on the top of the fins . Looks really sharp like that !

Great job !

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Hey James ! Sorry for not commenting sooner , but you already know that I think it is Gorgeous ! I never mentioned before that I like the way you did the

2 - tone paint , with the white on the top of the fins . Looks really sharp like that !

Great job !

Thanks Bob..

I did a lot of Google Image and H.A.M.B. searching.

Took a little of this and added a little of that...hahahaha

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Very nice El Camino you got there. Excellent paint job and I like the style of this one. There are already enough modern Pro Touring style builds, this one is just perfect styled. ;)

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This pegs my meter at the top!!...that is a beauty B) B)

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Excellent build, very clean and well detailed James,really like all the custom features makes it very unique for sure.

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Sweet custom Elky. Cool paint job and wheel choice. Good job!

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Thanks

Very happy with the results...minor debadgeing.

The Chevy 1959 El Camino only requires lowering and

paint..the body work was done by Fisher at Chevorlet.

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Looks awesome!

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very cool james

cheers

bryan

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