1972 Hurst/Oldsmobile Convertible

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This is my Revell '72 Hurst/Olds painted with Tamiya TS-7 Racing White with a semi-gloss black interior.
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That really looks fantastic! I approve!

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Turned out great!

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Nice!Super decal work

Eric

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Nice.

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Nice convertible !!!! B)

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Great looking Build Mike. Very nice detail and paint..

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Real nice job !!!!!

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Great model. There's a 1:1 of these prowling the roads around here (not a Hurst, but a droptop) and yours is spot on. Love it.

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Where did you get the wood grain?

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Just gorgeous and SHINY :) :) :) . I would also like to hear about the woodgrain.

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Very Nice!

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Turned out great!!!

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Thanks guys!

The woodgrain are actually the kit decals and they are rendered very nicely.

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Stunning!

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Thank you Lee!

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That did come out nicely. I think the Hurst/Olds was one of the classiest-looking decor options.

Charlie Larkin

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Very nice build. Only thing missing is Linda Vaughn in the back seat :D

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I've always had a soft spot for Oldsmobiles. Nice to see this one. You did a wonderful job on it.

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Very nice, I'd love to own a real one for this summer! (ya right, I wish I could afford it! :D )

Edited by Jeremy Jon

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Great job on the Olds, the white/gold colour combo looks superb.

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What r u using for wood grain? will u tell me some secrets? lol

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Great work on the Cutlass Mike.

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Like it! very classic style

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