66 Buick Riviera lowrider

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This was a nice kit to build. Good fit and nicely engraved.The decals were a bit fragile, but they're 20+ years old I guess.

I have never seen a real one of these cars, but I love the lines. Very unusual.

I added the usual: PE brackets, ignition wires, battery cables etc. I used rattle can paint and a bit of elbow grease for the finish, a bit of flocking and BMF, topped off with some wheels from Pegasus.

I thought of going for a mad paint job, but I haven't built anything near box stock in a while, so I admit I went for an easy time, without getting bogged down in experiments.

Anyway, enough blurb. Here are the pics:

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more pics to follow

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Yes, please more pics! Not a lowrider fan, but what you got looks cool! Bart.

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Here are some more pics

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I hope you like it. Thanks for looking

Edited by geetee66

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Very nice and clean good pics too

Doobie

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Are those decals?

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wow. love it. i am a big fan of low rider.......... excellent........ B)

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Wow, it looks like you could dip your finger in the paint & pull out some jelly! Awesome! Bart.

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Very nice. I'm not a big low-rider fan but this came out sweet. Great color scheme.

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LOVE THE SLED'S !!!!!!!!!! That is just flat out freakin coooool !!!!!!!!!

Michaelj...

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Dude that is kool lookin. Nice lo lo.

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Excellent. SHINY :) :) :) RULES!

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Nice build. Very clean and well built. Great looking paint job.

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Killer paint work.

Nice build too.

:D

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WOW thats a very nice paintjob

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Great Build!

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very cool!!

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Beautiful build. Excellent work...

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Nice looking Riviera! This is the style of lowrider I like best. Nice work!

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love rivs, this is sweet dont like the wheels or the steering wheel. needs craiger s/s or keystone mags

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B)

That Sir is "one" beautiful build!!

Your attention to "detailing" is quite impressive!!

Thank You for sharing

Later

Russ

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I love the overall look of this car! To me, everything came together really nice.

I've never been interested in this kit until I saw this car!!!

Great Job!

Steve

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WOW....that is one NICE X-FRAME car!!!!!!!!!

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Really nice Riv. I like it. B)

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Very nice!

B)

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