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Very nice clean build. what paint did you use on the body and on the wheels?

Is that the 1/25 scale Revell kit? Its a great looking build.

Thanks for sharing.

Ron

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Very nice clean build. what paint did you use on the body and on the wheels?

Is that the 1/25 scale Revell kit? Its a great looking build.

Thanks for sharing.

Ron

Ron... It is the 1/25 th Revell kit. Body paint is # 2085 Yellow from MCW. http://ourworld.cs.com/mcwautofinishes/paint/catalog.html

Wheels are painted Alclad Magnesium Thanks...

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very nice build of a old car

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Another excellent build. The finish and detail is superb.

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Wow nice job love the whole thing.What did you use to sand your tires and where did you set the M&H slicks from?Well kep the great love seeing your models.

John Pol

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Very nice!!! I just bought 2 more of the Stone, Woods, Cook Willys kits for $10 each. They are such great kits!!

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Can you post some engine and chassis pics??

I'm starting to build my Willys pickup and I'm not sure yet which engine and chassis I want to put under it.

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Great looking gasser! Good use of color.

Walter Frey

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I love the style! Well built as well.

David

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Wow nice job love the whole thing.What did you use to sand your tires and where did you set the M&H slicks from?Well kep the great love seeing your models.

John Pol

John... Those slicks are from the Revell Anglia, Henry J, & Austin gassers. They are the 2 piece hard plastic ones from the kits of the mid to late 80's, not the recent re-issues. The M & H Racemaster logos are dry transfers from Shabo, and coated with Testors Dull Coat. They don't make the M & H anymore. These are from the early 90's. You can use the Slixx decals, and Dull Coat, and they'll come out just fine. Tire tread is sanded with 220 grit.

Thanks to all for the kind comments...

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Excellent Willys gasser. Very nice decals. Very well done.

carrucha

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