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1957 Belair 2 Door Post

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Revell kit. Refinished in BASF lacquers (Adobe Beige over Sierra Gold). Wired and plumbed, scratch built battery hold down, ballast resistor, fuel bowl filter, parking brake cable, fuel lines.

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very tasty. i like the detail and paint is excellent. i see you lightly weathered the underside too.

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Wow!

Super nice detailing Andy! :)

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Very nice! I love tri five Chevys!

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love the park brake cables

nice job!

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What's with the GIANT type? :huh:

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Beautiful detailing + subtle weathering = great model

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Great looking Chevy! Looks good under the hood! Nice colors, too!

Sam

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Decent.

Why are we yelling?

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Thats a beauty.

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Great detailing job. Event to the fuel and brake lines. From seeing that, i think i'm gonna start adding brake lines to. lol Looks MUCH better that painted raised lines.

Good job.

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NICE ...

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Looks GREAT!

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Really a beautiful model,well done...

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Great looking stock '57! Love the attention to detail in the engine bay!

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I could care less about why the large type, but I am curious about why the colors are stated as beige and gold. Either way, it's a real beauty.

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nice job ! liking it :)

the hudge letters are a bit distracting though

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I could care less about why the large type, but I am curious about why the colors are stated as beige and gold. Either way, it's a real beauty.

Sierra Gold is a Dark Copper color, the photos probably make it look more red than it really is. Like you said it's very well done !

-Steve

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The underside looks great. How did you get the "weathered" effect?

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Very nice.

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Outstanding detailing and SHINY :) :) :)

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The underside looks great. How did you get the "weathered" effect?

I used a flat dark gray enamel over reduced wash applied several times till I got the look I was after.

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