Richard Petty Plymouth

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Used the Revell Sox & Martin kit.

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Nice. I think that's the car that crowned him King, there were lots of wins in that one!

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Beautiful model! This car is one of my favorite race cars of all time. Every time I go through Darlington, I stop at the museum to look at the one there.

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Cool

I love that car

Nice interior detailing too!!

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Excellent build..

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Nice looking car Mark.

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Terrific build , lots of nice detail , well done .

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Looks great and one of my favorite Petty cars. I saw your build process in another forum..the body rework and added race detail makes this a superb model...to the point that it has inspired me to restart and finaly finish my own that have been in storage for years!!!

Once more great Petty model.

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Extremely NICE! :)

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Excellent!

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Superb build, Mark.

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Execellent!

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Nice build, what did you use for paint, tires and wheels?

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Great job.....Excellent work on this classic....

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Awesome! Are the hood pins aftermarket, or kit supplied?

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Mark, Great job

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Nice build, what did you use for paint, tires and wheels?

Tamiya paint. Tires and wheels are Plastic Performance Products

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Awesome! Are the hood pins aftermarket, or kit supplied?

They are scratchbuilt from styrene sheet and rod and the pins are made from 32 guage wire.

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10 in a row...Very nice job on your model..Like how you've radiused the wheel wells to like the real deal..The color is killer on..Very clean and yes, probably the

best car The King ever drove..Sure was successful

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I just found this one while going through the forum. That's one very nice, very clean build, with just enough added detail. I'd be proud to have that on my shelf. Looks like I'll have to get another S&M kit and take it from there. Did you incorporate any parts from the other Petty kits that are out there?

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Perfect

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Beautiful build Mark ........... simply stunning B)B)

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Very nicely done!

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I just found this one while going through the forum. That's one very nice, very clean build, with just enough added detail. I'd be proud to have that on my shelf. Looks like I'll have to get another S&M kit and take it from there. Did you incorporate any parts from the other Petty kits that are out there?

No, just the kit and some scratchbuilt parts from evergreen styrene.

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Again this is a great model. Would you mind telling me what color you painted the engine block. In some pics I've seen of this car it looks to be light blue. Thanks for your help. I plan to build this car in the near future.

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