'64 Plymouth Belvedere

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With all the work going into the other builds I had going on at the time, I needed something that was pretty much a nothing build. As such, this is a box-stock build of the Lindberg version of Richard Petty's '64 Belvedere, but with home-made decals by me. On to the pics:

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Under the hood:

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and a last pic:

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Nice looks great. Thanks for sharing.

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Great model! Number 41?

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I think the Richard Petty car was #43, nice build. wrong number!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Nope - it is the correct number for Buck Baker - hence, the homemade decals

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Edited by Scottnkat

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GREAT BUILD........Corrects numbers 43 for petty's & 41 for Baker's...........!! WELL DONE WITH THE DECALS..........

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Very NICE Scott!! :D

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Real nice work , looks great , I like the idea of the Buck Baker car . Nice decal work.

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Great looking build.

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Posted

Nice!

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Thank you, all. I thought it would be nice to do something different from the norm with this kit.

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Ah Ha...He fooled us.....with the #41!!!! Beautiful build, Scott! I remember building this Lindburg kit many years ago. One question...were the wheels on this kit loose, and needed to be corrected to fit right? For some reason the one I built had this problem.

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Very nice build. Had me thinking about the number 41.

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Another clean build and flawless paint! Keep-em comin Scott!

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Posted

Thanks, guys.

Tom, the wheels were not loose at all - they fit just fine on mine.

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Excellent build. Actually Jim Paschal drove the #41 the most and won the World 600 in 1964 in it.

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Need to do the #43 and recreate the photo, otherwise it looks like a Checkered Flag Winner!

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