58 Impala "Street Machine"


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This is the old AMT kit. I have seen some write it is kinda bad,but i enjoy building it.

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Any comments are welcome.

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Very nice work...lots of super detailing !!!

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Looks great,nice job.,I like the engine detail. I've built that kit twice and have two more. The AMT kit may be an old mold but they still build up nice with a little work (and a lot of BMF).I have a couple of the Revell kits,but I haven't built one yet.

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Great looking build.

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Nice work. and that is a lot of foil

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Thanks for the comments. Wish i had a better camera and some sort of mini studio,does a lot for first impression.

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Smoooth and deadly!

David G.

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Nice work. Sure is a ton of chrome on those babies.

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Very nice job on that build Tommy, and if you enjoyed building it, "that's all that counts."

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Looks FANTASTIC Tommy, well done! :)

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A little bit of red pinstriping & it would have "American Grafitti" written all over it! :) Nice job Tommy!!

Steve

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Nice build Tom! Love the white, and the foil work is fantastic. Great stance as well!

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Nothing in the world like a cleanly built '58 Impala! Very nice job.

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!!Very nice!! You have skills..I just dig that year so many people go with the 56" and 57" but thats my favorite year..great job

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Nice work Tommy B)

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Very nice!!!

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Beautiful white Impala !

I've built this kit several times over the years and see nothing wrong with it , it always builds up nicely .

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That looks mean!!! Love it!!

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Looks really nice in SHINY :) :) :) white.

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Looks great! It is a nice kit, only the opening doors are rather poorly done, but you made a beautiful modern street car and I like it a lot!

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Very nice looking model Tommy. It looks like you put a lot of work into it. Nice job.

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Thanks all for your kind words.

Tony V: My favorites are 58,61 bubble-top,65,67,73 sports coupe and 77 coupe.

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Really nice work! :) I love the pearl white.

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Thank you Brian. Not easy to get the pearl effect with the phone camera.

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Lordy, this one surely is a beauty. Thanks for sharing.

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