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    Toon Town
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    D.W. Graves

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  1. Your VW is simply gorgeous. My parents at one time owned a utility van, no side windows. I never even knew of it’s existence, until I saw a flash of it sitting in our backyard one evening when we were watching one of the rare color reels dad shot out of all our home movies. Their’s was the same color. Great job on this!
  2. Great looking Boss, and you picked the best color combo possible. I prefer foil, but I’m with you on the Testors tubes. 😎
  3. Great color, perfect choice of wheels . . . and the stance is just perfect. And that killer interior 😎. Sharp in every regard!
  4. Looks sharp, and I love the color!
  5. Beautiful job on the conversion! Wanted to do one myself, ever since I was a kid. I too have to wonder why they never offered a convertible. Even more of a mystery is why they showed off that one prototype to the public, the way they did. Oh well, definitely a piece of history!
  6. That turned out great, love the color. Crisp and clean, like all your builds! 😎
  7. Totally sharp, looks just right from every angle! 😎
  8. “Uh, I think we’re parked, man”. That is cool beyond words. 😎
  9. My Moebius ' 65. Since the ' 64 Falcon I built got a 427, I used the twin four setup from the Trumpeter kit on the Comet
  10. "I didn't do much to it", he says. Yes you did. That's gorgeous, and since I had a 1:1 ' 65 wagon that I wish I'd kept, my mouth is watering even more. Great work! 😎
  11. Sharp as a tack! I don't think the 1:1 cars left the factory looking that nice. And I love the color combo!
  12. Like the ones on the box, that's what I'm after. I believe the stock wheels in the ' 74 truck kits were the same. If interested, I can offer in trade the unused stock wheels from the AMT ' 68 Galaxie. Or perhaps you need the custom hood from the AMT ' 67 Galaxie. I have quite a few leftover parts from some other old annuals, as well.
  13. Whatever this kit’s flaws, there’s absolutely nothing lacking in your skills. There’s some nice detail in these Trumpeter Falcons, and you captured every bit of it. Then add the perfect color choice, for the win. ?
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