My Entry To The Ultimate Street Car Challenge

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I like it. I like the interior color and it sits nice. What rims are those?

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Very tough looking Impala.

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Nice sharp build

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I like it. I like the interior color and it sits nice. What rims are those?

Pegasus, I stripped the chrome and painted them semi gloss black.

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Very cool. Great stance and paint work.

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Love it, clean and mean

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Very sharp looking build. Very nice touch on the wheels Chris, killer engine also.

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LOOKS GOOD-LOVE THE WHEELS.I JUST STARTED A 67 IMP. ALSO.KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

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Looks good, pro touring cbp could be fun. I love the pro touring style cars.

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Looks pretty good to me. I assume the blue painted window moldings are on purpose? I'd paint that washer bottle translucent white.

And this isn't your fault, but I've always wondered what those two things that are molded onto the top of the passenger-side fender well that begin and end in midair are supposed to be? :lol:

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Looks pretty good to me. I assume the blue painted window moldings are on purpose? I'd paint that washer bottle translucent white.

And this isn't your fault, but I've always wondered what those two things that are molded onto the top of the passenger-side fender well that begin and end in midair are supposed to be? :lol:

The moldings where to be bmf, but due to weak body seems and poor planning on my part (too lazy to scribe the body panels in advance) . I got tired of repainting the car......

Thank you to everyone for the comments

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I loved the look of the car. Looks really mean. I built the same kit some time ago, and swaped a Chevy six under the hood.

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looks great Chris

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Looks pretty good to me. I assume the blue painted window moldings are on purpose? I'd paint that washer bottle translucent white.

And this isn't your fault, but I've always wondered what those two things that are molded onto the top of the passenger-side fender well that begin and end in midair are supposed to be? :lol:

Best I can figure is that they're meant to resemble heater hoses, despite where they begin and end. One of the first mods I made to my '67 was sanding these off. .

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Very nice build

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Nice.

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Thanks guys

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Nice paint, great details, awesome build.

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That looks good! What paint did you use?-Looks all business.

Eric

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That looks good! What paint did you use?-Looks all business.

Eric

Dupli color perfect match LIght Blue Metalic, and thanks

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Nice job and I,too, think those wheels are just right. What brand and color of paint did you use for the seats?

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Nice job and I,too, think those wheels are just right. What brand and color of paint did you use for the seats?

Thanks, surprisingly its "rust", model master acrylic

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Looks good ,love the color blue on a chevy .

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