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great to see another couple of people on board just post your entries and I will add your names to the list

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I would like to join in if its not too late. This kind of build is what I enjoy the most. I will have to dig through the stash and figure out what Im going to use.

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go for it as is said in a previous post there's no entry or finish time just post what you're building and I will add your name to the list

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Does this build have a certain time that the cars need to be finished by, I have the Ed Roth ford pickup I could build

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Pim, I will be working on a 81 Citation. I figured the Citation would be right at home in its natural environment of a junkyard.

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I got started right away. I removed the rear spoiler and filled in the turbo scoop on the hood to replicate a stock piece.

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Don't worry I took the pic when the putty was still wet. It will be sanded.

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I made some progress on the Citation. I did some more body work and just about completed the engine and under-body.

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Got started on the interior. I've been trying to use craft paint's. Its working ok so far. Chris Chapman makes it look easy but, there is defiantly a learning curve to using this stuff.

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Wow looking good I must get to work on my mustang I have being busy with school

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Got this one all wrapped up this weekend. I tried to use craft paint's but it didn't turn out the way I wanted it to. This was really fun Pim. I may have to do another one before too long.

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Great work mate looks really good

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Well my mustang has broken so I am changing mine to a 69 chevelle with crude tow truck beam and cutting torch

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Can I join? I've got a Bel Air pickup that would be pretty cool with a tow boom in it.

No worries join in can't wait to see it:-)

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Here's my 65. Re-powered with a 6 from Monogram's 53 Bel-Air. Wood Bed, modified boom from Lindberg 34 Ford, Wheels and tires from Monogram's 70 Roadrunner.Wood push bumper. Superhlue crazing is 10 times worse in pictures than in real life. Here are some pics:IMG_14961_zpsfa583c91.jpgIMG_15001_zpsda00d367.jpgIMG_15041_zps3d92e91a.jpg

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Wow Riley that's awesome how so everybody else's build progressing

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I'm going to make it official...

Put me down with an '88 Dodge Daytona.

Cool can't wait to see it and Miles don't worry I might take a break from building after I have finished all my projects...................

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