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1970 Buick GSX 1/24

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Just a regular Revell/Monogram kit that I built a few years ago. It's a 1/24 Buick GSX 2 'n 1 that I built as a Stage 2 GSX. The paint is 5 coats of Krylon yellow, wet sanded, polished, and buffed, no clear coat. I added wiring on the engine, flocking, and bare metal foil. The decals didn't just break like I've experienced before, but disintegrated in a few spots and gave me a hard time touching up. I'm planning to build a 1987 GNX to go with it soon.

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Great job Adam, that paint is beautiful! One of the most under-rated and unappreciated Muscle Cars out there, the Skylarks were some really mean machines!

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Nice work on that Buick, Adam! Hope we'll see more of your work soon.

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Beautiful, simply beautiful.

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Very nice Buick! One of the nicest cars Buick ever made, your version does it a justice. Very good paint job and nice detailing all over. I really like this one.

And hey- Can't wait to see the GNX. There can never be enough Grand Nationals.

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Excellent looking build, really nice detail...

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Thanks for compliments everyone. I really enjoy building models and sharing them is even more fun.

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Very nice Adam.Great paint work!

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that yellow is screaming

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very nice

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Looks great! I've built a couple of these myself years ago one in yellow and the other in white .

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