50 Olds Gasser

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IT'S FINISHED !!!

Enjoy !!

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More Pictures........

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Nice! Love the seatbelt and Robins eggs, still looking and smiling.

Bob

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Jim that is a very cool build. Very realistic weathering. I was blown away by the birds nest. such a nice touch....

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Love it Jim!!! :wub:B)

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So when are going to show pics of the model? Could swear I'm looking at the real McCoy! That is just superb. The patina on the body is perfect and the nest in the velocity stack is a nice touch. Way cool build. One of my favorites.

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Spectacular, Jim!

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Spectacular, Jim!

What Dan said

And let me throw in a wow, and that is just plain awesome

Well done Jim

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Barn fresh, I love it

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So realistic and so nice! The nest, the rope on the door, the complete rot on the chassis - I just love it!

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Very impressive Jim B)

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WOW JIM! that looks fantastic! perfect weathering, love the birds nest!! awesome job man

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Very Cool Olds! That weathering looks very realistic. Also like all of those details what you have put to the model. Very Nice Job!

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Very nice, love the weathering and details.

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The weathering looks very realistic,great work!

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Jim...your build and imagination,not to mention the skills to complete it.

Is simply ......Vivid !

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Outstanding, great detail and weathering! Too bad none of us like that birds nest ;)

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Awesome!

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Love that weathering! Great Oldsmobile!

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That is very nice, love all the details. Even the trailer and it's licence plate look right.

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Super beautiful build! Looks extremely real.

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Man, that's so real it triggered the I-want-to-drag-it-home-and-save-it response. Great job.

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Love it! What technique did you use for the rust on the body? And underneath? Super cool build, love the pipe in the back!

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Very nice work! The bird nest is cool,and how did you do the collectors?

Edited by Road Runner 79

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Well done! Love the restraint shown on the weathering, it's just right, not overly done. :)

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