1964 Comet for Fathers Day present

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I just finished this one to give to my father. It's built just the way he wants to build his real Comet. Maybe this will be motivation to get back on his. I tried a few new details for me on this one such as blackwashing, adding an antenna,darker panel lines and bmf on emblems before painting. I also scribbed panel lines at the bottoms of the fenders and tops along cowl. Painted Peacock Blue with wheels and tires from Revell's 32 Ford five window. Thanks for looking.........Jay

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That looks really good!

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Thanks Harry

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Yes this does look good.

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That looks like the color of the Comet I drove in drivers ed class way back when. Looks very nice and very SHINY :) :) :)

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Great model of a seldom seen subject!

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Great build. I love the wheels & the color. It's good to hear, you've tried new techniques. Your Dad will love it.

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Nice. He'll love it.

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That's a really great looking build Jay and a great gift..

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Beautiful!

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Very nicely done!

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Very nice!!!

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Really love this one! Very simple kit but you really nailed it.

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Great Job !

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If your dad doesn't like it, you can send it it to me ill gie you my addy!. (lol) great job! Shaun.s

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Beautiful job, Jay.

If you have the opportunity sometime, stop up at MassCar. We meet third the Wednesday at 7:00-ish at Porter & Chester Institute on the Canton/Stoughton line right off of Rt. 139. Turn right at the Cumberland Farms onto Turnpike St. and follow it down about two miles, we're above the auto shop.

Charlie Larkin

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Beautifully done!!!

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That's a great looking model Jay.

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Thanks for the comments guys. He's not a very emotional guy but I think he is going to like it. Thanks for the invite Charlie, it's hard for me to get alot of free time but i'd like to check it out. I've been to the Masscar show and there are always alot of great builds to check out.

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nice

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Good job Jay B)

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Nice and clean, just like I like 'em!

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Very nice !!!

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Very nice build, Jay! I have one of these in my stash and I think you just inspired me to pull it out...

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OUTSTANDING job Jay!! :)

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