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I picked up this promo already built kit that had been painted. All the paint had cracked so i stripped it off and rebuilt it.

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I agree with everyone else on your color choice. Your changes to the stance also makes it look more like the 1:1. Great save.  

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Looks nice. Good colour choice. I love these mid 60's Rivs, beautiful cars. I had a Corgi die cast of this in gold as a kid, the front and rear lights lit up when you held it up against a light source.

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