1960 Ford Starliner

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Just finished this AMT Ford Starliner. I built her 100% box stock.

The color is Tamiya TS-10 French Blue. It's not a stock color, but I just love it. The paint job on the body was all done with the Tamiya spray can.

All the rest was painted with Testors acrylics and enamels with my airbrush.

Whitewall were painted with a circle template and airbrushed Testors flat white acrylic.

The built took me just under a week.

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You built a great looking car Tulio. I think it looks good in french blue. Excellant job!

Roy the Ford guy

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Awesome build! Great paint, and done in under a week? Too much man..

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Nice build - and SHINY :) :) :)

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Your foil work looks perfect! I like it!!

Chris

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Wow - that's gorgeous!

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Nice clean build ,great job!

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Beauty!

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Nice.

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That's beautiful! I'm working on one and was going to do it a very similar shade of blue. Good work!

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Thats clean. Great job.

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Very nice build and the color is great for that car.

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Very-VERY-nice !!!

Michaelj...

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Another awesome build Tulio! Great looking Starliner.

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Thanks a lot guys!!!

Very, very apreciated.

I have a few shots of the build:

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Really nice looking build. Great color choice and very smooth application.

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Amazing looking foil work!

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Really nice looking build. Great color choice and very smooth application.

I agree, this one can be tough to two-tone inside but he did great.

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Great looking '60 Ford. I did one in almost the same colour except mine has a white roof. Once again...very nice job!

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Very beautiful build and i just love those homemade whitewalls

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Beautiful! Love the color and the interior! These are tough to foil, but you nailed it!

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Thats a beautiful build, love the color and detail. You have excellent tallent. May l ask what you use to tape off the interior??

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beautiful!!!! Excellent all around. Great work on the chrome

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NICE !!!!

That is some beautiful work !!!

I just recognised the separate windshield wipers ; are they photoetch parts ? I actually have this kit , but am too lazy to check ! :lol: .

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Thats a beautiful build, love the color and detail. You have excellent tallent. May l ask what you use to tape off the interior??

To paint the interior, first I gave a coat of Testors light blue enamel, than masked with Tamiya masking tape, than gave a coat of Testors acrylic blue mixed to the tone I wanted. After the masking was removed, I gave a coat of semi gloss clear over the seats, and brush painted the cloth areas with flat clear.

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