Sven's World of Wheels - Class of 2012

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Here they all are in no particular order...

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Not a bad apple in the bunch, but I've got to say I'm very partial to that '67 Fury at the very top.

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Awsome builds...Clean building style.

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Beautiful, top-notch work as always, Sean! Unique subjects and interesting variety, as well.

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Sean, you have a very nice building style. I really like each one of these builds.

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Beautiful looking models - you do really nice work.

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Very nice clean builds as always Sean, there were a few I missed so thanks for sharing them. I guess if I have to pick one it would be the Caddy and the Chevy IMSA car :lol:

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All are excellent builds. l really love that fury....Slusher

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Not a bad apple in the bunch, but I've got to say I'm very partial to that '67 Fury at the very top.

Makes two of us Chuck.

the IMSA Cavalier is a close second for me.

Nick

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Nice collection! I especially love the two Hornets, they look like box art. Congratulations on all of them.

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Beautiful models Sean ! I'm a pushover when it comes to old Mopars . . . Love that Fury !

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Awesome!!!!! Love all of them!!!!!!!!

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ALL SUPER CLEAN BUILDS!

I love the blue PLymouth! And the newer charger and the Monaco and the wild Cavalier!

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Sean, that Fury is just beautiful, the Regal El Camino is too cool, the Caddy is just unreal, and the Hudson Ragtop looks like a real car, They all look stunning, give yourself a pat on the back!

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The red and black Hornet convertible is the winner in my book. But they all look good!

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Not a dud in the bunch. I`ll take that Impala for the win. Nice work Sean

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Sean, love the Monaco. What did you use to build this? I had one of these in 1:1, and have been looking for one for a long time.

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Very nice builds,what do you use for your clear coat?

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Very nice builds,what do you use for your clear coat?

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I use ppg 3 part urethane clear coat. It is expensive and requires professional equipment to spray it. Luckily where I work all the equipment is available to me.

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Sean, love the Monaco. What did you use to build this? I had one of these in 1:1, and have been looking for one for a long time.

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I used an old MPC force 440 2-door Monaco kit. That tooling was converted into the 4-door version so it can't be re-issued.

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