66 Mustang GT 350 herts


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this is my first build on this form so. be patient with me and thanks to all!!!

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Waiting patiently as directed, bring on the eye candy!

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used felt for the interior. Flat black and model master silver.

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I'm also using my phone to do all this so yeah

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dashboard and body in progress thus far

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this is the third coat of gloss black... I'm debating using gloss out of the can krylon or pledge "with future

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engine work coming up...

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still working on some wiring though. Trying to find a good diagram of the exhaust manifold and wiring of the engine as far as like the gas line...

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starting on the chassis next... I want to be as detailed as humanly possible on the chassis. mainly with the brake lines.

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Coming along nicely. I don't know if it was by design or you forgot but the shifter boot needs some flat black. If by design carry on. B)

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@dirt...thanx Bro..I'll go look that up right now. So it can look by design. Plus I guess I should have said it was the mock up version. I've been doing modeling for about the last 18 years and I'm still amazed by how much detail is involved. so your advice is very much needed and welcomed thank you again. and to everyone else is ever helped me I want to give a special shout out and thank you

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Your right I did forget...:-)

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awesome detail on the dash board!

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My aim is to help not criticize. Thanks for not taking it the wrong way

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also starting the undercarriage

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Thankx Jzaaijer!!! this is the main reason why I love this site. The encouragement i'm getting from you guys compliments is amazing. This place is better then YouTube!!! I've even gotten instructions from a legend in our modeling world!!!! This site is boss!!!!!!

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DANG !!!nice detail....

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my workbench.... :-)

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first hit of clear coat ... now wet sanding.

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Looking good. The gold stripes will make it pop

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@dirk my dude that's 1 of 2 problems I have..I lost the decals and the windshield. Plus i'm missing piece 28. it's the piece that the brake disc mounts on to the frame (the front suspension). But yeah your right whenever or however I get the decal it will make it pop.

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I totally this build Jamie, I'm building a 1966 mustang myself right now. How on earth were you able to get that silver foil on the dashboard? It looks very professional! I can't wait to see your next photos. I learn a lot from this.

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Thankx Jzaaijer!!!!! 1st my dude...the dashboard came with that chrome peice already chromed. but I did do the rest of the paint work myself. 2nd Thankx so much for the c Compliment and and encouragement!!! 3rd how far along are you? do you have any pics of that build??? But on to the build..... I decided to make a gas line also...

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Oh wow! Great attention to detail! I like how you painted the gas tank silver. That must have been a precision job! My 1966 Mustang kit is a re-issue from AMT. It is a very plain kit, but I like it anyway. I'm in the middle of spray painting it. Next to it is my 2010 Mustang. I recently finished that one.

What brand is your kit? Revell? It looks very neat. I will follow your progress for sure!

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gas and brake lines almost complete. I'm not sure what brand this is. I think it maybe a revell. I've had this kit for a very very long time... :-)

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