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70 Plymouth AAR Cuda | Revell 1:24

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My very first model car :

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Some details:
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Chassis:

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Engine:
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Hood pins:
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Beauty bodyline:
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Display stand:
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Under Glass :D
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Very cool build!

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Good job B)

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Very nice build!

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your first! ... Nicee

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FIRST!!!???

Welcome to the club........

First!!??

Bob

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First! :)

But... I have built a lot of airplanes models for many years.

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I was going to say... first? You must be an IPMS guy venturing over into the car world. Very nice

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Sharp looking model, nice work...

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Beautiful !

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Cool car, love the color and detials, nice job on your first car.

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Great job! Welcome to the hobby.

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Very cool for your first car model..

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Beautiful, I need to get one of these. B)

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Well done!!!

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A very nice first build man.

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very sharp

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If this is your 1st car & you get a paint job like that, I'm giving up building. Very nice Mopar.

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Your first?.. It looks incredible, looks almost real and the detail is great. truly awesome.

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Great looking build! What paint is that and how did you apply it. It looks electric!

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Thank you very much for your kind words!

Eric - You’re right, it may look like this :rolleyes:

Tom - it looks electric, because it is a little like a “home-made” Candy.
I saw clear orange lacquer named Aranchio in a paint shop (Spies Hecker) and bought 50ml. After putting on primer, I painted the model with silver lacquer and then put on 3 coates of Aranchio, 2 of clear lacquer and polished it.
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Thanks for the reply. The paint is really beautiful. It's amazing how the silver can really make a paint pop like that. I'm going to try it by using Tamiya Silver leaf under Tamiya Mica blue aftet looking at this build and another where they used Mica red. Thanks again.

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wow! that's some very nice paint you got there. 5 star. it's very nice. well done.

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