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Ed Roth Tweety Pie

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Hi guys, I've been giving the drag cars a rest for the moment. Got hooked on building some of the Ed Roth cars

Here is Tweety Pie, nice little kit to build. Added my own machined guage faces, custom mixed the royal purple paint and lavender interior. Also swapped out the front tires with some more realistic looking ones.

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Great looking model. love the engine detail and wheels. l have never seen one on any forum before. Thank for posting this classic Dave..

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Looks great !

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Wow! You really did a nice job on all three of these Ed Roth masterpieces. I like this one best. The paint and white pinstriping are perfect.

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Very Nice build. B)

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Beautiful, Dave! Well done Sir.

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Cheers guys thanks.

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awsome kit anmd great result really love this

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that looks way cool , i have that kit also

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Super looking build and SHINY :) :) :)

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beautiful!!!

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Some nice looking Roth cars you did there Dave....hey all look great.

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That is one cool looking model David. Great job.

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Wow! You really did a nice job on all three of these Ed Roth masterpieces. I like this one best. The paint and white pinstriping are perfect.

Agreed!

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Beauty!

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awesome Dave!

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Nice build. Was the lavender interior your creation or did the real Tweedy Pie have it too? The instructions say white, i think.

joe.

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Nice work.

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Love the colour, cool build

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Fantastic work!!

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David.......very nice.......Love it!!!!!

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Nice build. Was the lavender interior your creation or did the real Tweedy Pie have it too? The instructions say white, i think.

joe.

Hi Joe, I built this from a reference photo of when Ed showed the car not long after he purchased it. The changes he did included the spinner caps instead of the mini moons it had and he re-did the interior in Lavender. The car went through a few other changes to where it is today restored back to close to how Ed bought the car.

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Hi Joe, I built this from a reference photo of when Ed showed the car not long after he purchased it. The changes he did included the spinner caps instead of the mini moons it had and he re-did the interior in Lavender. The car went through a few other changes to where it is today restored back to close to how Ed bought the car.

Thanks David

I like the look. I will look for the photos.

joe.

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Very nice! You almost never see this one built. I would guess we will now, inspired by your excellent build.

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GREAT BUILD DAVID!

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