'66 Impala SS396

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G' Day Folks,

Gone for the 'Sleeper' look again, nice kit to build, similar to the '65 Impala ;)

Paint is Tamiya TS-54 (Light Met' Blue) Interior semi-gloss black.

Big and Little tyre combo from the Revell '34 Ford Snaptite kit.

A few enhancements to the engine using Pro-Tech bits.

Just good fun B)

Cheers

Ray

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Good job, good color choice, i like

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Posted · Report post

VERY nice job. The color sure does go nice with it!

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A really good looking model, excellent color..

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Beautiful color and great looking engine and interior ! You nailed the " Sleeper " look !

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Absolutely Beautiful ! ! ! Outstanding Impala ! ! !

I really love the looks, the color, and everythhing about it. Those steelies are beautiful on it.

Outstanding job...

:wub::wub:

Edited by MyBradKeselowski

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Posted · Report post

That's a GOOD looking Impy!

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Sweet..!

Michaelj...

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Very clean man.

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Beaut build Ray, so clean and tidy too, as always B)

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Posted · Report post

Very nice, well done.

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Looking sweet and SHINY :) :) :)

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Great looking car. Excellent job on the interior and paint. I like it a lot!

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Posted · Report post

The sleeper look rocks. This is awesome. i love the 66 and yours is terrific. great work!!!!

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I agree with Bob and Jim. The sleeper look...classic!

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Nicely done Ray!

Me likey Impalas B)

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Thanks for the comments guys, really appreciated B)

Impalas are my weakness, just love em :wub::lol:

'64 up next as part of another forums community build (build a car from your birth year!)

This one will be a sleeper too ;)

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Posted · Report post

Very sharp build Ray. I definitely cruise around in that. What brand of black did you use on the interior? It sure looks spot-on for vinyl in my eyes.

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Very sharp build Ray. I definitely cruise around in that. What brand of black did you use on the interior? It sure looks spot-on for vinyl in my eyes.

Thanks Tony, the paint is Tamiya, rattle can ;)

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Posted · Report post

Great build, love the wheels!

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Posted · Report post

Very nice build on a cool kit!!

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Theres something about 60`s heavy iron on steelies that just looks soo bad. Nice work

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Very nice! Great color, and it looks mean in a subtle way. Nice work!

Sam

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That's a very impressive looking Impala! Good job!

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Very nice!!

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