1970 Boss 3O2

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Here is my revell boss 302 mustang l built about 7 years ago. The paint is testors. Box stock other then the shabo tire transfers and Wheels are out of the 70 challenger kit. All comments welcome..

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Very Nice!

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Love it!!

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man that is clean. love the paint

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Awesome! You don't often see a blue one, that looks real good.

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Very nice build !! Very shiny paint, and those wheels remind me the 70ies Street Machine... Just one question : why don't you leave the front grill surround chrome ??? B)

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Looks real good Carl, you must keep it packed away to still be that clean.

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I think it looks good with the blacked out grille against that beautiful blue.

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Beautiful Grabber Blue ! Great looking Boss 302 .

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Beautiful paint and foil. Any more from the collection ???

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Very nice build !! Very shiny paint, and those wheels remind me the 70ies Street Machine... Just one question : why don't you leave the front grill surround chrome ??? B)

Beautiful paint and foil. Any more from the collection ???

emmanuel l was going for a blackout grill but wished l would have tried it both ways.

Chris l have a 100 + builds and some l need to take pictures of. l will be posting more.

Thanks so much for all the comments. l keep all builds in testor cases and wall cases...don't build as fast as l use to...

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Wow Carl, that is a beautiful Mustang! She looks good in blue.

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Very nice work!

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Thanks John and Lee for the compliments...

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Great Mustang, Slusher. That has to be one of the best colors for these cars. The black grill looks sharp!

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Carl you did an outstanding job on the paint and foil. The color is a true Ford.....

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Thanks SFD and Bruce for the compliments. it means alot...

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Nicely done, the '69-'70 Mustangs are among my favorites. Great color choice, too.

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Sharp looking Mustang Carl! It looks real nice in that blue and as always, is slick as glass.

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Very nice representation of the real car. Is that the "light Blue" Testor's #1210 or 1208 ? That is real close to my '98 Cobra that is painted "Bright Atlantic Blue". I love the way you did this car.

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Beautiful job!!! Love the Grabber Blue :wub:

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Thanks Craig,roger,Mike and Al for the compliments......

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Digging the reflections the paint, smooooth..

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Looks awesome. Love the Grabber Blue.

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Very nice build!!!

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