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AM General Hummer - Quick Rebuild

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Built a snap-tite Hummer a long time ago (like back when I was in elementary school), and just left it in the red plastic it was molded in. This past week, I decided to rebuild it as a quick project, and I must say it's a complete transformation.

Before:

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After:

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I'd say you've done it justice.

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The after looks much better. Good job.

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Nice rescue on this ... but nothing with the original .. it's what got you started into this! :)

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Funny how a little paint an detailing can wake a snapper kit right up!

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Funny how a little paint an detailing can wake a snapper kit right up!

Agreed. Plus with it being a snapper, I was finally able to finish a build in a reasonable time! :lol:

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Nice save!

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Cool!

I like Hummers! :)

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Great job. Revell did really decent work with all the lights and rivets on the body. Good detail work really brings it out!

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Wow well done. Amazing what a little paint can do ;)

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Really nice work, great turn around...

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Great rebuild..

Looks Great in Yellow..

Nice work.

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Thanks guys. I'm still amazed how with just a little painting, a kit can go from a toy to something that looks real!

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Wow......nice save. Love the color.

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nice rebuild!

cheers

bryan

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