1969 Chevy Nova "Plain Jane"

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After a year and a half (on and off between other builds) I finally finished this build.

Wanted to do something different on this build... This 69 Chevy Nova as a straight six engine. Engine is from the "63" Trumpeter kit.

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Very nicely done Felix !

I love seeing a six in it and the color is perfect ! :)

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Looks great.

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Nice job. Love it that you used the 6.

What kit did the 6 come from?

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That looks so cool, so real!

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I love it Felix. A six and dog dishes. I like Super Sports, but most people I knew drove cars like this. And that's okay. It brings back fond memories. I once owned a plain light yellow '74 Buick Apollo with a six (Chevy 250) and dog dishes.

Scott

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great build Felix !!!! had one of these many years ago only it had a white vinyl top and a bronze bottom ...... and yes it had the 6 cylinder in it with an automatic !!!!! your's looks great !!!!

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Very nice!

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I swear the guy down the street from me when I was a kid had this exact car! Love it. Wonderful build.

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Good color

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Outstanding Felix. Very nice touch on the color and 6cyl.

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Incomplete build. Axel Foley is missing :D

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Very cool

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Very nice! What a clean build.

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That's super cool !!!!!!!! :-)

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Nice, very nice!

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Nice job, it looks very "Stock", I remember that green. The white walls make it look even more "Stock." Love it!!

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Thank you everyone for the kind comments.

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Nice job. Love it that you used the 6.

What kit did the 6 come from?

Thank you Bob... I got the straight six from the italeri 64 Nova kit.

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Having turned 21 in 1969 I've seen my share of Novas. All kinds, most were turned into some kind of street racer. Your 69 is refreshing and spot on. Great stuff.

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That's beautiful!!!... :) :)

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That is a really nice build. Very clean, just enough detail. I would be happy to have that on my shelf.

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Very nice build!

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I really like this! Funny how the more mainstream cars become head-turners over the years.

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This is exactly what most of todays SS's started out as. Nice job.

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