Big O Buick

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I picked this one up last week and thought it would look good in my Buick collection. I painted this Dupli-Color Caymen Green with matching interior. The body was top coated with Testors Wet Look Clear and polished out with Maguires new car glaze #5.

Hope you like it.

Al

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Nice barge ! : ) Looks very nice.

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Great looking car Al. Nice job.

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Stunning build Al.

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Sharp build Al, Very nice color choice.

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"Cayman Green" sure looks like blue to me! :blink:

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"Cayman Green" sure looks like blue to me! :blink:

It's sort of a teal/aqua type deal. One of those colors that depends on the lighting a bit. Some lighting a little more green, others a little more blue. It's actually a '90's Ford color, but it lends itself well to many a "close match" for various old car shades. On Al's Buick, it's actually pulling off '66 GM Shadow Turquoise very well. Sorry guys, here I go rambling on about colors again. I think I ate too many crayons as a kid :huh:

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Very NICE build!! :D

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Very clean and attractive build. Good color for this car, with just the right gloss to represent a stocker.

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Great Paint!!!

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Thanks everyone. I love doing curbsides.

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Nice land

Yacht

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Nice.

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That looks very nice, Al.

Charlie Larkin

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Very nice build. 1966 was a very good year for GM as for desingn imo.

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Sweet and SHINY :) :) :)

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