abandoned 66 mustang

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hello friends of plastic here is my 66 mustang i build it 2 years ago...

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regards maik

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Posted

Poor Mustang! Looks sweet though.

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Great weathering! Looks real.

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Nice weathering!!!

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Very realistic job!

I am surprised no one has stuck a knife in a tire, though. ;)

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Perfect weathering,I would love to see this one in person.i could just stare at it for hours.

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Man, so realistic you can almost smell the dampness and rot. Looks fantastic.

Later-

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Great model! It must take more work to make a model look that bad instead of good! The realism is first rate.

I would want to kick the rear of anyone who would let a real Mustang rot away like that. Such a waste!

Sam

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Very realistic, nice work....

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thanks at all...

@ lee i scratched the windshield with a cutter...

regards maik

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Posted

It's a ford, good thing that it's abandoned, lol. Very well done though, looks real.

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Speaking from first hand experiences, there's not enough rust holes!!!! lol Great job on this one!!

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Really nice job

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Well done!

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looks awsome !!

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Real nice work man, it looks incredible.

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Incredible job on the weathering.

The back window would not break like that though. It would shatter in tiny pieces.

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