'50 Olds mild custom

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Lowered, nosed, decked, custom interior, chrome wheels, scratch built dual exhaust.

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That's great, very classic but with modern touches. real smooth i like this a lot.

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Nicely done with your usual eye for detail!

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Very cool. Love the color combo.

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Absolutely beautiful. B)

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Wow, that came out really nice, Lyle!

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Very cool Lyle, nice color combo on the body and roof!!

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Nice job as usual Lyle.

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Very, very nice !

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hell yeah, good job B)

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Very very nice, love the blue, what is it?

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You forgot to add SHINY :) :) :) , Lyle. Very nice build. Would you share how you did the interior?

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Neat interior work Lyle.

Great color combo.

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Beautiful build, slick finish, awsume build..

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Paint is Tamiya Grey/Green and Duplicolor Ford Cayman Green.

Seats and door panels are covered with plaid fabric from an old shirt, glued on with thin applications of white glue.

Edited by Lyle Willits

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Posted · Report post

That's sweet............love the Caymen green roof and the interior! Awesome!

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Wow! A beauty! The plaid seats are a really cool touch! Great work all around!

Sam

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Very Nice Clean build I really like the Interior.

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I really like your model alot !

These are the kind of cars I grew up with.

Thanks for showing it.

Cheers, Larry

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Oh babie I like that....very kool.

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Very nice Lyle nice choice of colors.

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MAN that's sweet Lyle!!! I'm digging it big time!! As with all of your builds!!!

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Beautiful job there El Presidente'.

Bob

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Great looking car Lyle. Very creative use for an old shirt.

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Great idea for the seats! I swear Lyle, you get some of the smoothest paint finishes I've ever seen! And the colors are perfect.

Chris

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