1960 Ford Starliner

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This is my first attempt to recreate a model from an actual car, so it wont be 100% exact, but I really dig the 1:1 that I wanted it atleast in my scale collection. :)

The interior on the 1:1 is not stock, and I've never really used putty on a serious level, so no drastic changes there. I guess I'm going more for the stance and paint overall.

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Should be a good one!

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Thats a fine looking 60. I will be watching, good luck !

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I will follow this build!

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Man, that is a gorgeous car. Good luck on your build, I'll be checking your updates.

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Can't wait to see this one. I love the 60 Ford body style. B)

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Looks like an awesome project, looking forward to seeing how it progresses

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Nice choice of subject matter. I'm looking forward to watching this take shape.

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Waiting on wheels, and going to try my hand at ignition wires and BMF for the first time, once it all gets here in the mail.

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Looks pretty good so far. Nice job on the paint!

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looking good man! the engine is lookin really nice and clean too......when you do your plug wires, put a little piece of tape over the chrome parts so you dont rub the chrome off with your fingers...

lookin good, keep it goin`

cheers

bryan

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Looking killer. I love these Starliners when they are done like this. Can't wait to see it with the wheels.

Later-

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looks good

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I love this kit and that 1:1. Great job so far.

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Awsume project. Great color and paint...

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Looks good! When you do your BMF Get nice and relaxed-there's a lot of chrome on that one!

Eric

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Not the best pic, and still have a bit to go along with some better lighting and polish, but I just wanted to check the stance.

And that BMF was a challenge, but for my first time I am pretty impressed with the outcome.

How's she lookin?

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It rocks. The stance is spot on. B)

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Wow! Nice start! I need to get one of these

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Good job Tony. Keep it up.

Eric

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Just wow!

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That's looking great, but still a bit high in the front compared to the 1:1. Could be a good cruzing height though.

I like the interior work.

Later-

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That's looking great, but still a bit high in the front compared to the 1:1. Could be a good cruzing height though.

I like the interior work.

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I agree, I want it alot lower in front but the oil pan and chassis are already pretty much sitting on the ground. To get any lower I would have to sand alot of it away. Again, before I started I knew it wasnt going to be a 100% match, but I wanted to get as close as possible, without pulling too many hairs out. lol

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Really like where this is going! It looks great, just get that front end lower. Very nice clean work & love that finish!

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Finished up in Under Glass.... thx to everyone for the support.

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