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    Ludwig Hans

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  1. Hi Thomas, one more time You proved how a snap kit can look as good as a full kit. This Ford even looks fast parking in the drive way! Regards Ludwig
  2. Thank You, guys! Rusty: I used Tamiya TS 98 Pure Orange (rattle can). Regards Ludwig
  3. Great build, as always from Your workbench! Regards Ludwig
  4. Congratulations! You've done justice to this kit. Rare Italian car & kit. Regards Ludwig
  5. I tried to build this AMT-kit as a kind of "plain Jane": no ww-tires, the hubcaps were taken from a 66 Pickup. Body color is "light sand" from Model Master (spray can). And with the 67 Impala SS 427:
  6. 1:24 Revell-Monogram's 1978 El Camino, painted in Red Metallic (Tamiya). Just noticed, that I forgot to glue on the outside mirrors ...
  7. Thank You very much, I appreciate Your comments. Ludwig
  8. Body color of this nice little station wagon is "Sand beige" (Model-Master rattle can), interior is mostly a dark brown shade, I mixed myself.
  9. Man, that's a cool "Monte". A good example to show how a snap-kit can turn out when built by a skilled modeler. Regards Ludwig
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