1965 biscayne

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Hi Everyone,Well we didn't get these biscayne's in nz But i built this one,It's a r&r resin body with Monogram everything else,,hope you like...

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Got some Tags made from a dude in Aussie,nice guy....

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Very NICE 65, good looking paint too! :)

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Very nice! You may wish to dry brush some silver on the edges of the tail lights, like I did on my 65.

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A Biscayne with a big block , WOW !

I owned one with a six in it . . . definitely like yours better ! :D

Very nicely done .

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Nicely built !

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Nice grocery getter. I love seeing the lower trim models being replicated.

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Super nice. Sharp!

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Great looking Chevy! I agree with "bowser". Nice to see a low end version, and built to this level! "Google", "ACME license maker". This site allows you to create license plates for the U.S. & Canada. They have a number of years under each state. So you can duplicate a version with the correct year. I've attached a photo of a Louisiana tag that I had made for a recent build.

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Great looking Chevy!

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that is too cool! I had one year years ago, black with red interior. not sure if they all had it, but mine had a chrome molding that followed the top edge of the rear quarter panel, started at the 'curve' by the rear quarter window and ended at the tail lamp extension.

great looking model!

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Very nice!

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Very,Very Very Nice

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NICE!!! B)

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super nice paint

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Gorgeous build, amazing paint..

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Stunning is the first word that comes to mind.

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That looks great! Nice redlines!

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I like that one, and I did one from MCW a few years ago.

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swweet build

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Where did you get the resin body and what donor kit did you use? It looks awesome

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Very nice build. Besides the missing stainless trim on the quarter panel mentioned by tbill, the panel right above the rear bumper should not be chrome. It was body color on the Biscaynes.

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Black has been very common lately.

Not a bad thing, especially with end results like this.

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Yes I like and very nice photos.

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Cracking job on the Biscayne mate, looks very sharp

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