'78 Trans Am

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I had the bug to build a Trans Am to go with the '79 Z-28 I built earlier, so here's my rendition of a '79 T/A. The kit is Monogram, and the paint is Testors Root Beer lacquer.

Thanks for looking !

Eric

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Posted

WOW!

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Posted

I see nothing???

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Posted

Hmmm, sounds interesting. Wish I could see what Chuck sees...

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Posted

Where are the pics ? I would like to see this build.

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Posted

Cool "clear" coat, rub it out a little to much!

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Posted

Where's the Trans Am, I see nothing.. :blink:

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Posted

I think someone must of stole it. :huh:

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Posted

...Yes, Emperor, your new clothes and your Trans Am are truly indescribable!" ;)

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if you are having a hard time loading your pictures, open a free account at sites like photobucket, etc... and copy the link from there. You cannot load images from your computer. I found out this way too. At least these guys are funny.

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Posted

I thought that it was a white Trans am photographed in a snowstorm........!!

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Posted (edited)

Actually, you CAN upload pictures here directly from your computer, either in the original post or as a reply.

You get an attachment feature in the box when you Start New Topic, and to reply, make your post after clicking on More Reply Options. In both cases, attach your image just as if it were e-mail.

After you've opened that message box, go to ATTACH FILES at the bottom.

1.Click on Choose File. A box will come up with a list of what's on your computer. Choose the image you want, just like making an e-mail attachment.

2. Click on Attach This File.

3. The file name will appear as an attachment, and you click on Add to Post, then post your message.

After posting, the image will show up as a small thumbnail; click to enlarge.

You can also add mutliple image attachments in your post.

The End.

Edited by sjordan2

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