1967 Corvette Roadster

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I just finished this one in time for the Milwaukee NNL. Paint is GM Marina blue. I detailed the chassis and engine as well as opening the deck lid. A MCG detail set was also used.

Thanks for looking!

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wow real fine auto ,, Revell 1/25 ?? and what is the MCG detail set ??????

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nice work.

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wow real fine auto ,, Revell 1/25 ?? and what is the MCG detail set ??????

Anne MCG refers to Model Car Garage, Photoetched detail set.

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Very nice, good luck with it at the Milwaukee NNL.

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Man thats a nice build. Great detail to. love the white interior. l have been wanting to build that kit also..

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looks great, nice pluming

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the more I look the more I see. So nice !

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beautiful Rod

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Man, that is sharp. It looks very authentic.

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Very nice work! The detail set really adds the finishing touch!

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Hi,

A truly stunning build of the '67 Corvette. I like everything about it - hope you do well at the show!

Cheers,

Jim

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Oooo that's nice ! Marina Blue is the perfect color and the detailing is great ! I really like the interior details , and the top stowed below the lid .

I'm gonna have to build another one of these !

Edited by TooOld

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Broken tie rod?

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Very nicely done. I like your detail work on this one.

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Awesome! Radio delete car? No shielded plug wires : )

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Beautiful work...Looks like a 1:1 scale ' vette !!!

Edited by Pete L.

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Awesome! Radio delete car? No shielded plug wires : )

Radio-delete with a radio antenna? Must be a very rare factory option... :lol:

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You should have seen it Harry as Rod did "wow the crowd" with that build as well as a few others.

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You should have seen it Harry as Rod did "wow the crowd" with that build as well as a few others.

I see it right now!

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Sweet looking Vette Rod B)

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Awesome model. My dad had a '66 coupe in that color, you nailed the dash. Great job.

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Nice job on all the details. Congrats.

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Radio-delete with a radio antenna? Must be a very rare factory option... :lol:

That's why I was asking lol. Should have shields

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Beautiful car Rod. It's my son-in-law's favorite car. I built him a model of it, but it is nowhere as well detailed as yours is. Great job.

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