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1963 James Bond DB5

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Here is one I built in a week for a club theme. The theme was TV and Movie cars. This is a Doyusha kit from Japan and is curbside. It comes with all the bond stuff so this is a box stock build. I used Tamia spray for the silver and automotive clear. I still have to do the figurines that cam with the kit.

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That's a real nice model of a superb car ....

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Looks nice, remembers me of the Aurora kit from the '60s.

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Looks great.Congrats on a nice clean build

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Great looking model. Nice work.

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Beautiful! I've got the Airfix standard Aston in the loft awaiting a built, now I have something to look up to.

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Superb build, looks great. FYI: The car reappears in the new "Skyfall" Bond movie. But I won't go into detail and ruin it for those who haven't seen it yet.

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Great build and it has a great stance.

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Very nicely done.

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How very cool.I like it a lot

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Wow. Very cool.

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Beautiful!!!!!

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Looks fantastic Raoul. I have the Aurora kit and it could never look that good.

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I feel the need for a vodka martini, served straight up with a twist, shaken not stirred.

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What a great looking 1 week build. Really sharp!

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Really Nice !!

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Exemplary

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Very nice build!

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Really cool...super paint !!!

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nice paint-was it shaken or stirred

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Looks great!

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Thats cool, really turned out nice!

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I have this kit and this is the first time I have seem one built up. Yours came out looking great! I now have something to reference to in the future for my build. Great job!

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Thanks Guys. Mr Mike, The only thing I changed was the headrests. The model kit has these huge headrests that sit foward and look way too large. All the pics of the real car that I saw did not have headrests. Also the rear axle seems to sit offcenter to the wheel openings. That bothers me some but I didn't have time to fix it. It is a simple kit and most of my time was spent on the body and paint.

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Gorgeous. :wub:

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