1959 Cadillac Convertible

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Out of the Box Monogram 1959 Cadillac 59CadillacSide1c2.jpg59CadillacSide2c2.jpg

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Very nice work , I like it alot !

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Nice, my favorite car of all time

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Great job on an American icon. Nice clean foiling, great color. I love this kit, I think it's one of Monogram's best efforts.

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Great color combo.

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Looks good, very nice build.

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Very nice.

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Always good to see more of your work, Paul. Could we see some engine & chassis shots too?

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Beautiful!

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Nicely done.

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Excellent build, Beautiful

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A big, SHINY :) :) :) Cadillac. Very nice build. What color is that?

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ABOSUTELY GORGEOUS!!!-MAYBE IT'S THE PICTURES BUTI DON'T GET THE INTERIOR COLOR COMBINED WITH THE EXTERIOR COLOR?-GREAT BUILD!!!

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Thanx for the compliments - color is tamiya light red pearl - and interior a darkish pink but shows up as brown on pics looks better in real life - I'm still missing a few engine parts this was a second hand kit but will post as soon as engine bay is finished

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Great work, and superb foiling.

Can you get a couple of outdoor shots to show off the color better? I'm looking for a rare Mercedes 300 SL color, Strawberry Red Metallic, and am trying to find something close. This looks very good, but darker than the Tamiya TS-59. Did you use an undercoat?

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