ZZ Top's Eliminator '33 Ford

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This is my ZZ Top Eliminator '33 Ford painted with Tamiya TS-49 Bright Red.

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That came out beautifully Mike! I definitely need to break mine out!!!!

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Nice build, it looks fantasic! *starts playing ZZ Top* B)

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nice rebuild !! looks great

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Life was meant to be ZZ. Very nice

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You've done a great job rebuilding this. The colour looks amazing

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Nice rebuild Mike. Awsume looking model..

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The rebuild turned out great!

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That is great, well done

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Nice job B)

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And so SHINY :) :) :)

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good look'n streetrod.... B)

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Looks nice, great paintwork. When I was at school I used to sit in my room in the evenings, building model cars and listening to (then current) ZZ Top's Afterburner and Recycler albums. This is a great model which brings back a different era of hotrods and customs.

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Well done!!

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Looks great!

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Thank you guys for the nice comments!

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Very nice! What did you use to tone down the shine on the rims?

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Looks good and the way it was meant to be built. I remember seeing the real one in Indy one time with the ZZ-Top girls signing autographs.

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Nice job.

Nice job.

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Thanks guys!

Very nice! What did you use to tone down the shine on the rims?

Time. I did nothing to the rims, so I surmise that time has faded the chrome a bit. Then again, they could have been that way when I first built the kit back in the mid '80s. I don't remember...time has a funny way of doing that... :D

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love this car. Nice job.

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Makes me wanta' throw on some ZZ top!...nice work my friend B)B)

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Very cool!!!

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Thank you Andre, Brian, and Felix!

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I love that car reminds me of the album art from ZZTOP

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