'64 Plymouth Belvedere

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Box stock from the Lindberg kit, shot in acrylic enamel factory color Chestnut Metallic with white roof, light chestnut and beige two tone interior, engine is kit supplied but sprayed Chrysler Engine Turquoise to represent a 361 or 383 big block (can't tell them apart externally).

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Really nice build Alan. Color is sharp.

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Nice job on that Mopar Alan and that two tone is sharp!

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I love this build. great job! Your paint job "pops".

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Super great looking model. I love the paint.

DJ

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Nice job. Looks good.

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Dang , that looks nice ! I might have to get one of those Lindberg kits .

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Great model. I'm working on one of these right now coincidentally. The article in last month's mag got me going.

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Really sharp build, nice touch on the color...

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great work

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Thank you. l mean that !

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Beautiful! Great to see one built factory stock.

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One of my favorite cars and you did a fantastic job on it , nice to see someone get the detail on the tail lights right. :D

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Wow, nice work. I didn't realize Lindberg gives you everything to make it factory stock.

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Very nice Plymouth! Great color scheme. Mid-60's Mopars are cool!

Sam

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Nice! I'm gonna have to bust into this kit soon--this is good inspiration!

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Love stock versions of models. Great model.

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Wow, nice work. I didn't realize Lindberg gives you everything to make it factory stock.

Not sure if Lindberg did a complete stock kit but Model King issued their's with the V8 and Slant 6

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That is really sweet, and great to see one built stock!

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Looks perfect. Very nice job.

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Very nicely done. A great looking ol' Mopar indeed.

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Nice work, looks great!

David G.

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That's really cool. Nice to see it in stock form.

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Very nice looking, Al. The two-tone color scheme works well on the body style.

Charlie Larkin

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Not sure if Lindberg did a complete stock kit but Model King issued their's with the V8 and Slant 6

First off, thanks to everyone for all the great compliments! I built this one from the 1998 issue Lindberg, it's done in stock form (in black) on the box. It did have the slant six with it too. I'm planning to use that in a Duster. Everybody seems to like the color I did this in. When I went to the auto body supply store, I actually wanted Sandalwood, and they mixed up Chestnut instead. Sandalwood is a lighter more coppery brown, but oh well, it's too late now!

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