1964 Plymouth Belvedere


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Just finish the Lindberg Plymouth Belvedere. Nice kit imo,AMT and Revell should take notice on how to mold

plated parts like bumpers from Lindberg. It`s more or less box stock besides i used Magnum wheels and new

tires from the AMT tire pack and some heater hoses. The interior is gold with tan inserts in seats and doorpanels.

Sadly i dont have any decent picture,should have taken before assembly. You could build this with the slant 6,but

of course i had to go with the 426 Commando. I`m not sure the engine color match the real deal,but i tried to make

it look original. The 6cyl will be saved until a later on wagon project. Anyway,it`s done and here are some pictures.

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awesome color combo.great wheels and a beautiful build.congrats !!!

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Looks great !

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Nice jop... very clean and nice paint.

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Sharp build...I like the Lindberg '64 Mopar kits quite a bit..

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Very nice. Like the exterior color

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Really nice build! Sharp!

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looks very nice. You never see these finished.

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Excellent model..

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Super clean build!!!

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Looks like beautiful work to me. Great color for that body style, and the wheels / tires really take the look up a notch.

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Nice Magnums! Great job on this kit, looks good.

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Very nice! It's quite refreshing to see a Mopar without steel wheels and hubcaps. Well done!

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Way to go Tommy! Beautiful build.

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Beautiful! My late uncle had a ' 64 Plymouth sedan, and I've always had a soft spot for these cars. Yours is spectacular! B)

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Nice work.

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Thanks for the feedback. I forgot the lock on the doors,should be silver.

Rest of the pics.

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I love it,that color suits it as do the wheels.very nice build Tommy!

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Very nice!

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Beautiful, but aren't the heater hoses on the wrong side?

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Thanks Stan,Tom and Lee.

Lee,i used this as reference,i can live with it being wrong,but sure is annoying if so.

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That's pretty. Great model.

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Blue distributor? :blink:

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This is a real sweet build , so nice , love the colour .

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Very nice. But, what's the color?

Scott

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