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Catalina Street Machine

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AMT '62 Catalina built pretty much out of the box except for the wheels, tires, and brakes which are from a Revell '32 Ford. This is a pretty well engineered kit which went together well. I had a little trouble with the final assembly but eventually it all went together. If accuracy is important to you, the paint detailing could be a bit of work. I tried to do the tri-color interior but didn't like the results. I did it over and settled for a two-tone which was good enough for me.

Thanks for looking, KB

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sweet ride! The wheels are perfect for this build too ...

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Nice !

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Very cool! You did a great job on this one.

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Very nice Ken !

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Very nice and very clean build B)

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looks good!!!

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Well done, nice color. I love it!

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Nice work Ken, looks great B)

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Sharp...I like the color and wheel & tire choices.

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Sweet, neat, and SHINY :) :) :)

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Nicely done all around, the interior detail is especially nice.

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Clean build...looks very nice

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Very sharp build, l really like it..

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Nicely done!

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That is a nice, cleanly built, well detailed model. Great work.

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Great clean build! The interior looks like you could crawl in and drive away! The magazine on the seat is a nice touch.

Great paint and engine detail, too!

Sam

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great color & build

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Thanks for all the kind comments everybody. The magazine on the front seat is a photocopy of a Hot Rod mag from 1962. In it there is a full page ad for the '62 Catalina touting the various options available to everyman up to the ultimate - the 421 SD package.

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What a sweet lookin' Poncho.

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Wow, very nice! :)

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Looks awesome! Nice and clean and stance is right also! Very cool.

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Very Nice ride!

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Beautiful! Love the seatbelts. I have this kit in my stash, and I have a built Revell 32 Ford in the spares box.... a plan is forming! Thanks for the inspiration.

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Some very nice work here!!!!

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