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Snake and Mongoose

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with the new movie hype about , how could I resist breaking out my Snake and Goose combo, both box stock took about a week to do both alongside a couple other builds

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Oh yeah....They look great.

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Very nice!

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love those Brett. nice builds (in a week?? takes me a week to decide what color to paint a kit.) those were my first ever funny car builds.

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Very cool builds and these were also the first funny cars i had built many moons ago. Cheers

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Hi,

They're both really nice!

Wish I had the time and the building speed to pop two models out in two weeks!

Cheers,

Jim

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Both look very good! You do very good job in short time, that's always great to see. Especially I like the Cuda FC, the paint and decals turned out very nice.

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Both of those are beautiful, Brett! Great job!

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Nice models! I love those vintage floppers.

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Both look great Brett, hard to believe you built them in a week! Wish I could do that, and still have them look this good. I built the Cuda last year, and still need to bring Mongoose's to the bench.

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thanks guys, appreciate it

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Both of these look great and its awesome to see someone build these old classics.

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Looks kind of familer to me! Yours look alot better than mine!

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A nice pair of builds - great work.

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Bare metal foil or paint on the trim? Thanks Brett.

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Nice job on the pair, as I noticed those two cars on the cover of Elapsed Times Magazine the other day. Today I saw that combo kit for sale when I went to a club meeting also.

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Really nice work, the both look really great...

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thanks guys, really appreciate the nice words,

Alix, its bare metal foil

cheers Brett

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Is it just me or are the wrinkle walls the wrong way around

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Nice looking builds Brett...

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Super clean build man! If you are into Snake and Mongoose, check out the book titled "snake vs mongoose". i just got it for christmas and it is awesome!

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Very nice. Brings back fond childhood memories as these were two of my all time favorites - both the models and the real cars. Don't know if you get the mag Elapsed Times down under but the latest issue has the restored Snake and Mongoose Funnies on the cover.

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