'72 Hurst/Olds

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Here's my take on the Revell '72 Hurst/Olds. Largely box-stock, I used Model Master enamels and Metalizers, Bare-Metal Foil, and I machined correct trumpet-style exhaust outlets out of sprue. Thanks for looking!

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That looks great! I have a couple of these I have to get at. The correct tips are my only real gripe with the kit.

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Beautiful job Craig. My coupe is soaking and haven't desided on red or blue.

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Beautiful !

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Stunning! Sure motivates me to finish mine!

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Man that's a nice model. Excellent build...

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nice! great trim work

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Very nice Olds!!!!!Great job on this one

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Great build. This is one that is a real standout.

joe.

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Fantastic build.

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A great build and and a great car. I used to own a '72 Delta 88. Loved that car. No where near as cool as this machine.

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Very nice, great job!

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A great build and and a great car. I used to own a '72 Delta 88. Loved that car. No where near as cool as this machine.

My first car was a '71 Cutlass Supreme coupe, so Oldsmobiles of that era have a special attraction for me as well.

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Sweet!

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