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1966 Pontiac GTO


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Hey guys, this is my first build of this year. Took me a bit to get back into it. It was my first time using BMF and first time weathering. Let me know what ya'll think!

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Looks good to me, Ben. BMF looks good on it and the weathering is subtle. Job well done.

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Terrific foiling job! Nice model.

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nice

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super nice goat.... B)

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That looks great

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Thanks guys!

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Whatever you used on the engine compartment, it sure worked! .. it looks so much like a real one.

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Thanks Mike, I found a powdered weathering kit at my local hobby shop, assuming it's some sort of chalk with a binder to adhere to the matte surfaces, and I think its designed for model trains. Either way, I agree, it worked really well!

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Tasty GTO Ben! Great work B)

And welcome to MCM!

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Great Goat! The foil work is excellent. First time? You're kidding! The dusty looking engine bay is a great touch. Looks like you opened the hood on a real one that has been driven a few years. Nice work!

Sam

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Adding some more interior pictures for you guys..

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looks great to me, very nice

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very nice build

Randy Ludi

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Looks great! You did a really nice job with the foil.

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Nice work on that, especially the engine bay.

Charlie Larkin

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Very nice build..

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Great!

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That's a very nice looking GTO ! Like every body has already said , the dusty - worn look is very realistic looking . I'd love to find a real one that looks like that ! And the interior detailing is excellent !

Congrats on your first build of 2013 !

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Thanks for all the nice comments guys!

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Great work on the GTO!

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It's a Pontiac, what's not to like, lol. Super cool build, you done great. :wub:B):D

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Ben......looks killer.......i like the engine bay area and interior very much.......nice job.

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Nice job Ben!!!

The model and the photos are really first rate!!!

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Great looking build Ben. Love the engine compartment, nice weathering.

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