1969 SS Nova 396

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A 1969 Revell Nova SS 396 car. Revell 32 ford wheels,tires and brakes. Model Car Garage P/E.Changed the stance. Sherman Williams Lemans Blue with HPC 15 Clear. This was a fun build. Hope you like.

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Sorry about the engine pic and the front pic. Im not good at this computer thing.

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Sorry I don't like it, I love it. Outstanding work.

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Very sharp build

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Your Nova looks nice! Great job!

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Great looking nova! it ticks all the boxes for me!!!

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Very nice!

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Very nice on all aspects of the build. Engine, chassis, color and stance, all top notch.

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Even standing on my head, it looks great, nice build.

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Great looking build love the detail

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Thank you for the wonderful comments.

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Very nice looking Nova Bruce! I really like the color on it! I built one very similar to yours when this kit came out. But, I messed up by using the junky Testors One Coat "Icy Blue" on it. It desperately needs a re-paint. Nice work on yours!

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The side profile is great! I love the wheels and stance! Nice colour as well.

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Real nice choice on wheels and paint! Great job. Don't worry about the pics, you'll get it eventually!

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Real nice choice on wheels and paint! Great job. Don't worry about the pics, you'll get it eventually!

Ya, what Glenn said ...... course you have to be a teenager to figure out some of this computer stuff.... us old people just sit there and stare .... and then call our kids to come show us how to do it...oh and that is a beautiful Nova .....reminds me of the one I had 1970, 350 small block with holley 4 barrel , 4 speed with positraction . man that was a fun car !!!!

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Thats sharp. Nice work.

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Yes I like those wheels, very nice build!

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Great color, stance, engine, wheels. Oh what the heck, I like it all! With some steelies and dog dishes would that be the ultimate sleeper!

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Nice one Bruce!

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That's pretty cool !!!!!!

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Very sharp!

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absolutely perfect

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Very nice Nova!!

I like the street machine look!!

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Like it, like it, like it!!! Perfect color.

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All round EXCELLENT build...Color/stance and every thing is right on..Very very clean build..Well done...

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