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Simple kit, painted w/ Go Mango from Testor's, no clear. Very old mold, actually had to rescribe a lot of the moulding detail around the windows in order to BMF a little easier once the paint is in place. Bumpers were Alcladed and wheels were reworked so that they would not stick out so much. Fun build though!! :D

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Great car! I like it!

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Nice work.

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Very nice, I like the wheels.

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Nice clean example of an early (often forgotten) sport compact!

Great job!

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Nice work! Love the orange, GO VOLS!!

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Great job :D One of my favorite cars.

Mark

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Nice car! Glad AMT has reissued it :)

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Nice job!!

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Saw your review of kit in the current issue of SA and wondered about the plug wires ... aren't review kits supposed to be built box-stock? Looks good, though!

Hey, stop thinking out loud...... :lol::lol:

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Very NICE build Cruz, does it have a V8? :D

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Looks great! I enjoyed the review too.

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Wonderful!

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Sweet! My all time favorite car!

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Nice work! Love the orange, GO VOLS!!

Ditto from a Knoxville guy.

Many years ago, I thought this would be cool to find as a 1:1, but would need larger wheels. I must say that this is a terrific build, but I don't think it looks right with the larger wheels in the build.

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Real clean

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Great model! I always thought these looked like 'mini' Corvettes, neat little cars.

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SHINY :) :) :) RULES!

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Very nice! Love the tires/wheels and the color looks great on this.

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Beautiful model Marcos, l remember riding home when my brother bought one in 1970. almost the same color...

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great job

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Clean build Marcos..

Saw the review on SAE..lots of build tips too.

Most of all, your panel/seam work just pops.

Thanks for posting.

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I really like the moons. Great job.

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Very nice work on the Opel GT! One of my favorite cars, they were new when I lived in Germany. I was getting gas the other day and a brown one pulled into the station. You forget just how small these cars are until you see one up close again.

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sharp

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