Revell 1950 Oldsmobile Rocket "88" Club Coupe

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I just finished this build up today of the Revell 1950 Olds 88 Club Coupe. A very nice model to build with no issues to speak of. I wasn't real fussy about the wide whitewall tire decal but managed after several coats of decal set to get it to lay down over the tire. Parts fit together very well and the model has nice details to it. I painted this one in Model Master "Phoenician Yellow" which is a very close match to the factory colour "Nankeen Cream". Have a look and see what you think and thanks for checking it out.

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Three more pics.

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Edited by RandyB.

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Very nice build, great color, beautiful car.

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Super nice looking Olds Randy! Looks like it just rolled off the showroom floor! Nice work!

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Beautiful! I hope mine turns out half as nice!

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Beautiful job,nice color. I just picked up my kit yesterday. Looking forward to building it.

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Nice clean build. Like the color choice. Are those the kit whitewalls?

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Very nicely done.

Charlie Larkin

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Beautifully done! I'm assuming this a completely box stock build up executed at a very high level of fit and additional detail. The rear 3/4 view shows just what a fine kit this is when constructed to this standard, despite concerns some may have had about the decal white walls and trim bits. The wonderful period color choice shows it off to maximum advantage!

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Randy, that looks great !

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Wow...that is nice and smooth. Very well done.

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Oh, yeah! That'll do. B)

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Excellent!!!!!

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Gorgeous Olds !

Do you have a build link on MCM ?

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randy that is one fine olds ,i have two of them myself the color is right for it well done!!

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That's sweet!!!

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Excellent model, very nice job. Love the shot next to the gas pump.

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Very Nice! Excellent color choice.

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Very nice

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Really well done model! Great color choice. The first two photos look very real! Nice work.

Sam

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Very classy.

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Beautiful!!! And the ww decals came out great!

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Randy another beautiful build. Excellent color, and it really looks excellent. All your builds are awsume. Love your work...

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Very nice Olds Randy

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very well done. beautifully executed!

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