1967 Impala

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I built this a few years ago and won a couple of trophies with it. It turned out pretty good for my first real attempt at weathering a model. I used Wally World spray paint and Rustall for the finish. Any tips are welcome.

Edited by Evilbenny

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Very realistic weathering...

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Looks good Ben, nice weathering mate B)

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Nice weathering job here....

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Nothing like a old junker

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Very nice, i wish i could weather my models this good... it looks very realistic.

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This was my first time adding plug wires to one of my models. I didnt think about the scale until It was sitting on the display table next to all the other builds. Thanks for the tip midnightprowler. That is what makes us better builders.

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Looks great, I really must build one of these big Chevies. As said above, very nice weathering and finish. For plug leads, I use 0.3mm black wire from a hobby store (works out about 1/4" in 1/25 scale).

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Great looking model, very convincing.

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Great job on this build.. the weathering looks nice....

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Cool! The weathering looks very good. like the left side of the Impala.

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weathering is nice, love the chrome trim hanging out!

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Excellent weathering!

David G.

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Nice job.

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Great weathering :D . That's always my favorite part.

Mark

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Benjamin........very nice weathering job :)

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