64 Chevy - 1/25 - Revell

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hi friends :)

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I am curious why you striped the chrome and I guess used Alclad?

I really like the new door handles. Is the door handle button and cut brass rod?

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Strong and great start. Looking forward to this build, loved the last one...

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I am curious why you striped the chrome and I guess used Alclad?

I really like the new door handles. Is the door handle button and cut brass rod?

thanks Bob :)

chrome paint "Alclad 2 Chrome ALC107"

door knobs and buttons from styrene plastic stick..

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Strong and great start. Looking forward to this build, loved the last one...

thanks Slusher :)

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Badass. One piece of advice. Drill a small hole in the handle and glue a thin piece of wire in. Drill a small hole in the door. Then just glue the wire later and dont risk glue oozing out on to your paint

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Badass. One piece of advice. Drill a small hole in the handle and glue a thin piece of wire in. Drill a small hole in the door. Then just glue the wire later and dont risk glue oozing out on to your paint

very good idea. I apply this idea. Thanks Jeff..

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Cok Guzel! :)

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Looks very good so far Safak! Nice job on the chrome.

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thanks friends :)

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cabling time..

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Very nice work!

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That's looking good, Safak. You got me considering the use of Alclad now...

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Ho hum, another '64. Nope, this one's different. Nice clean building :lol: can't wait to see it finished

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thanks friends :)

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and white edges tires..

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Wow those wheels have crisp lines.. I take you airbrushed them? Can't wait to see more!

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Very nice progress..

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The best plug wires I have seen recently

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SAM_4419.jpg good start on secondary ignition wires. Now cut off the radiator size hose and insert some smaller size wire. what you already have are some great wire boots.

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cooling fan revision..

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Wow! Really awesome!

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Sweet build, Safak!!! Love Alclad, yours is looking very good!!!

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Really nice work so far..

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