Kulwicki Quincy T. Bird.

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Try the pics again. Kulwicki T. Bird - Tamiya paint , lowered , rims done with Alclad.

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Very nice T-Bird Bruce!

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Beautiful, simply beautiful ............... your work is amazing B)B) B) B)

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Excellent looking build..

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That's really nice! Good job.

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how did you do the lettering on your tires? Mine never look that crisp

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how did you do the lettering on your tires? Mine never look that crisp

I use Power Slide tire decals ( from Mikes Decals ) , use a bit of setting solution and when dry give a light coat of Testors Dullcoat to seal them and take the shine off the tires. Hope this helps.

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How come every build I start doing, someone posts a complete build post for ha ha. Just started this set. Working on the Ken Schrader Sunny King Ford right now. Have the hood soaking in the purple pond as I wasn't content with the blue I put on it. Bruce, what Yellow did you use for this kit or did you just polish the body to a spit shine with no paint ? I did a test with the Yellows I have and found that the Model Master Kirkin Yellow Enamel I have would replicate the box art best. Havent did much research yet on this kit as Im working on the Schrader kit first from this set. I must say that is absolutely pristine. Very cool build my friend.

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How come every build I start doing, someone posts a complete build post for ha ha. Just started this set. Working on the Ken Schrader Sunny King Ford right now. Have the hood soaking in the purple pond as I wasn't content with the blue I put on it. Bruce, what Yellow did you use for this kit or did you just polish the body to a spit shine with no paint ? I did a test with the Yellows I have and found that the Model Master Kirkin Yellow Enamel I have would replicate the box art best. Havent did much research yet on this kit as Im working on the Schrader kit first from this set. I must say that is absolutely pristine. Very cool build my friend.

In Australia we do not have access to all the great paints you do , so went with what I had ( Tamiya TS 47 Chrome Yellow spray can ). Also the thin red line decal is not easy to use , I used a thin strip of red tape . Hope this helps.

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What scale is this?

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1:24 or 1:25 not sure without looking at the kit box. Thanks for that info Silver Foxx. Would it be easier to maybe mask the red line and paint it with the airbrush ?

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looks real nice

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Great job,and Thank's for the tip on the wheels.

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Beautiful, beautiful build! The lowering that you did to this build really sets it apart from most Nascar Kulwicki T-Birds; makes it really look good and race-worthy.

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A+

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100 stars plus...........GREATTTTTTTTTT JOB.....!!

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This is really a sweet model. The paint and decal work are outstanding. Great job on a great subject!

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:) ... GREETINGS ... :) :

That model is a very good work, clean and sharp. Thanks for sharing the pictures ... :) .

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