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Plymouth 1959 Fury Station Wagon "Ghost"


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The basic idea is a drawing seen on facebook. The big feature of this station wagon is that it has more pieces of body between the doors. I buy a watch Plymouth Fury 59 johan promo damaged on ebay. A 57 Plymouth modelhaus SW, a 58 plymouth Belvedere amt, parts fury 59. Wheels and tires of chrysler in modelhaus. Create intérior, I wanted to make a fury inside a bit jaded. Paint mix "hobby color" polyurethane varnish. I invite you to watch the video of the build.

Merry Christmas and happy holiday season.

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Full WIP Video

Full WiP Pictures http://public.fotki.com/Zelkam/stock/plymouth-1959-sw-/


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Thats really sharp great looking interior...

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Very nice. Great conversion to a longroof. I like it a lot.

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I like this. Nicely done.

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Wow! I watched the video - a lot of work on this model. It turned out great. I like the hardtop style (no pillar between the doors) too - always thought that was a cool feature on four door cars. Awesome work.

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Very nice, I really like it. Your builds are always excellent, but this one is one of my favorites. Very nice overall look and good paint job. Interior turned out great, too. Unique Wagon, I bet many modelers won't have this one on their shelves. Very nice. B)

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C'est fantastique, Jean-Jaques! Really cool build. Excellent blending of all the elements to create this model. Bravo! Long live longroofs!

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Nice. B)

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SWEEEEET!!!

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Finally finished, very good job on it !!! Bravo !!!! ;)

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Stunning! Great build, who knew station wagons could be so cool?!

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That's so slick. I love it. Its a real beauty

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BEAUTIFUL CREATION! I LOVE IT!

Outstanding skills show in this masterpiece!

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Excellent ! A lot of work that paid off with a great looking wagon ! I wish I had one .

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I went through the whole album on fotki the other day. Great subject, very cool style, and even better execution. Seriously rad.

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Gorgeous mild custom wagon mon ami.

Love the interior design and the cargo area.

I'm working on a mild Kustom '56 Nomad.

Will post it up soon on Fotki.

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Another great looking wagon. Nice work. Thanks for sharing it.

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I always get excited when I see a new piece from you and this one is right up there with my favorite's, amazing job.

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That is one SWEET ride. Love the interior. :wub:

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sweet build

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I do like the execution and idea. I'll bet Plymouth would have been able to sell a fair number of those if they had made them.

Charlie Larkin

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I love it. Great job.

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hi everyone, thank you for the comments. I now know the name of this version is: Hard-top thank you Erik.

I try to share with you the maximun my work by my fotki and my Facebook page, the translation is always difficult for me. some asked me for messages, how I did my interior. Here is the explanation:

There is no sticker on my inside everything has been done to airbrush:

- White paint airbrush tamiya
- Green paint airbrush
- 2000 sanding water to bring out the white
- Masking white
- Green paint airbrush
- Satin varnish humbroll airbrush
- Remove masking

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@ I'm really looking forward to see your version of Joker

Happy holidays and Merry Christmas

Jean-jacques

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@ I'm really looking forward to see your version of Joker

Happy holidays and Merry Christmas

Jean-jacques

Here is a sneak peak of my 56 Nomad Jean.

Nice background yes?

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Joker

p.s. Merry Christmas to Y'all

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Super clean build!

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