Ed McCulloch's Revellution '72 Demon

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This is the Revell kit, wired and plumbed :)

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Real nice lookin' build on that Duster. What color blue did you use? Thanks.

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Well, looking at the reference pics I got of the real car, the blue on top is the same, or close to the blue on the sides. So I custom mixed blue paint to match the blue on the decals.

The blue is actually darker than it looks on those pics.

Edited by Bruno

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Nice job on the two-tone paint break, Bruno. I chickened out on the C-pillar area when I built the 1/16 scale version, but it looks like you got it just right. You've have a nice, clean box stock build. :)

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Very Nice Demon FC! I like the paint a lot, decals look great too. Fine job with wiring the engine, too. Those wheels got my attention-what did you use to paint them? The shade of Silver/Grey is just perfect.

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Those wheels got my attention-what did you use to paint them? The shade of Silver/Grey is just perfect.

Just a few light coats of Testors dullcoat sprayed on the chrome :)

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Sweet , :)

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Very, very nice.

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Very nice buildup, Bruno! Is this the 1/16th version? Very good detailing and paint.

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Nice job. Love those 70's funny cars

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Great job!

Really nice paint and details!

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Bruno......VERY NICE!!!!!!!!!

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Nice job! I like '70s-era funny cars... when the bodies still looked more or less like the "real car."

Not a fan of what the funny car has evolved into... sort of like the current NASCAR cars... they all look alike and nothing like a "real" car anymore. But I like those '70s-era ones! Very nice job, Bruno.

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So clean Bruno.

BIG thumbs up bro......

Bob

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Thanks everyone! :)

Very nice buildup, Bruno! Is this the 1/16th version? Very good detailing and paint.

This is the 1/25 version.

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Good looking build, nice paint and detail,and decal work...

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Awesome work on the Demon, Bruno. Excellent paint and detailing. I've done the dullcoat sprayed on chrome trick numerous times as well, it works great.

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Looks really great, Bruno.

Good job on the details !!

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Very nice work. Paint job looks perfect.

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great build Bruno!

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Really nice job. I forgot how cool vintage funny cars were.

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great job Bruno

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Great model! I like the vintage F/C´s and this is a really nice & clean build.

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nice build Bruno...

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