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1958 Plymouth Sport Fury resin

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Here's another of Art Anderson's All American Models resin kits. I painted this one about 20 years ago & put it away. I finally got around to finishing it this past summer. It's a curbside built factory stock.

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Sweeet!!!

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Very nic!

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Nice period build

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B)

One beautiful looking boat!

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That a really great looking build...

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Nice looking build

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AWESOME!!!! Im a huge fan of any Plymouth 57-58. I have about 75 built cars, and about 60 Danbury and Franklin cars and resins. Just a tidbit of info, Plymouth didnt use the "Sport" in their name till 59. Id love to own that build if you wanna sell or trade.

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Very nice job on the Fury.

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BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!

AMAZING build of one the most beautiful MOPARS ever made!

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BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!

AMAZING build of one the most beautiful MOPARS ever made!

Ditto on that! Very gorgeous build! I'm a big fan of the '57-'58 Mopars as well as my Dad had one like the model shown. Chrysler was on a roll in those years, but completely lost their minds come '61! :wacko:

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Ditto on that! Very gorgeous build! I'm a big fan of the '57-'58 Mopars as well as my Dad had one like the model shown. Chrysler was on a roll in those years, but completely lost their minds come '61! :wacko:

Hey there now, I've got a '58 and a '61 and I feel they are both equally beautiful. But then again, I lost my mind a long time ago. :lol:

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AWESOME!!!! Im a huge fan of any Plymouth 57-58. I have about 75 built cars, and about 60 Danbury and Franklin cars and resins. Just a tidbit of info, Plymouth didnt use the "Sport" in their name till 59. Id love to own that build if you wanna sell or trade.

I stand corrected Jay. I remember reading that when I was researching the Fury's while building this one. They had the Sport Fury in 59 then discontinued the Sport till 1961 I think it was.

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I stand corrected Jay. I remember reading that when I was researching the Fury's while building this one. They had the Sport Fury in 59 then discontinued the Sport till 1961 I think it was.

'62.

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Just goes to show you that I don't know nearly as much about Mopars as I do GM. :)

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Super !!! I've gotta ask about the golden spear trim, cigarette pack foil ?

Edited by Pete L.

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FINS are IN! Love it.

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Pete, the gold on the spear is gold bare metal foil...a pain in the rear to work with.

Gotta love fins!!

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Love it glad you didnt do christine :P

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I would have done Christine, but I already have the diecast from Danbury Mint.

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