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1969 Pontiac "GTO" resto/fix

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My attempt at giving the old Monogram GTO new life. Sorry about the pic quality.

Paint is Tamiya,both base and clear.

Engine is 604cid Milodon w auto from VCG Resin.

Fujimi wing with carbon,hard to see with the bad quality pics.

The same carbon is used on the headlight covers/grill.

Added chin spoiler from parts box,same with seats,gear linkage and steeringwheel.

Wheels are Aoshima.

Brakes are Brembo from "Forward Resin" on Ebay.

Instruments,clamps etc are detail master.

I could not find any decent mirrors i liked,will add later on.

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Any thoughts are welcome.

Edited by om617

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Not crazy about the rear spoiler but the rest of the car is bad A$$!

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Very cool ProTouring looking car! While I understand some of the dislike for the rear spoiler, I think it ties in well with the ProTouring theme. Kudos!

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Super nice build Tommy. Very nice touch on the grill. Very nice work...

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Thanks. The spoiler is maby to much,but was not intended only for show.

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looks great. I think the rear spoiler looks ok on the ProTouring scheme you have going.

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I like it! I have something similar planned for the same kit!

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Thanks all for the comments. Should maby try take new pics with more natural lights.

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