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Just finished up this evening, (still need clear headlight lens), pretty basic underneath. Dark grey primer and dull clear, the roof is Tamiya lime green with a clear orange top coat. And a little black lace. The seats are a pattern printed on tissue paper as seen here on MCM. Wheels/tires are from a Impala kit 62/60. Still need a little touch up and clean'n. Thanks for looking....

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Very cool James B)

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Love it, it looks very cool and different.

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Sharp build James, looks really good....

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Nice and smoooooth ! Looks great !

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Looks like it came out of Voodoo Larry's shop. Cool!

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Nice finish to an impressive build James. It came out killer!

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Very nice! It looks different from any 51 I've seen. Very creative customizing.

Sam

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real cool

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Nice job James. Great looking model.

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nice nice how about a good roof shot

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When are you going to finish painting the bottom half? :D

Love that side profile view. :)

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Thats really nice. Good work

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nice nice how about a good roof shot

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Thank you for the kind words. Here is a roof shot as requested. I think I could have cleaned it up a little better before clearing, but we all live and learn.

It makes a cool shelf model in my cabinet.

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wow very very mega cool !!

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Very cool build J2. Watching Dr. Cranky videos has been making me think about some creative paint jobs...this just pushes me to want to try even more.

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Very nice!!!

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Thanks again guys, and the good Doctor always has just what you need, doesn't he!

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I love the slightly iridescent sheen of the primered portion. How was this achieved.

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yeah looks good i like the front looks like a shark

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‚ÄčThank you, I like how the front turned out also. I'll save the truck grill for another project.

The lower body was painted with Dull Clear over hot rod primer.

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Good work, especially on the roof.

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Really nice looking build! Dull clear looks great on the primer. And, IMO, you couldn't have picked a better color for the roof!

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You're the 2nd builder that's done a SHINY :( bottom. Is this some new fad or something?

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