1966 El Camino

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I finished this one earlier this year. I named it "El Diablo" because it is so mean and full of temptation.010_zps3d91b056.jpg012_zps29ab33d2.jpg015_zps89579df3.jpg009_zps237ea19f.jpg019_zpsc2867a0e.jpg005_zpsdaf34b5b.jpg008_zpsd8ae7fcc.jpg

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Wonderful build, I like the color.

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Nice.....love It.

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Nice!

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Yes, Very nice! The Camaro wheels look awesome!

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Very nice!

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Nice work Tony, you just need to 'flip' the tyres over, the tread pattern is backwards mate ;)

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Nice work Tony, you just need to 'flip' the tyres over, the tread pattern is backwards mate ;)

Hey Ray, I'm sure you have been right before, but this time you'r wrong. The tread pattern is correct.

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My apologies Tony, you are correct, yes I need to clean my glasses, me thinks :rolleyes::lol:

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Here's the Camaro kit instructions Tony ;)

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Well Ray, I dug out the instructions for the Camaro and I see the picture you posted (wheel & tire assembly), but if you look on the next page (wheel & brake assembly) you will see the direction of the tread is going the same direction as mine.

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Nice and clean, looks great with the Camaro wheels!

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looks great!

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I like the red interior. And yes, the tires are going the right direction. The arrow formed by the tread should point forward on top and to the read when looking under the car. (I used to work at a tire shop mounting tires)

Mike

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These are fantastically put together. There is so much detail put into them. Amazing work

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Nice 66 man.

Looks great.

Corey

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Very nice clean build with nice execution. Great job. B)

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Great Details! B)

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Awesome and SHINY :) :) :)

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That looks great! I've been eyeing some El Camino kits - I especially like the '59s. :)

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This build will knock your eyes out in person!!!!!!!!!!!! Tony is one of the top builders that i have the pleasure of knowing! Always willing to help other model builders out. You should see the rest of his builds, AWSOME!!!! jeffro.

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This build will knock your eyes out in person!!!!!!!!!!!! Tony is one of the top builders that i have the pleasure of knowing! Always willing to help other model builders out. You should see the rest of his builds, AWSOME!!!! jeffro.

Wow Jeff, Thanks. You'r work has always inspired me. If I could build models at you'r skill level I would be doing something.

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TONY, NICE'S DETAILS, LOVE THE COLOR :wub:

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GREAT looking little truck. Clean, tasteful, just right.

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