Model car find

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  1. bodymanbill

    bodymanbill Veteran Member

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    C1F3A423-F748-4137-B86E-E1BD3D22FD12.png Friend of mine is liquidating a big model car collection so I bought all his second gens for my youngest son, a couple pretty rare ones in there even some still in the wrappers.
     
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    I see that really rare 1970 1/2 kit too.
     
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    Is there a '73 Mutt in there? I'd like to build a model of mine. I could also put a little guy next to it pointing at it telling me what's wrong with the car
     
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    Great Score!
     
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    Should ask the guy next time they point out things. Where's your car?
     
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    I have the T-Top car. I glued the tops in place and "mudded" them shut like a "good body man" would. model1.JPG model1.JPG
     
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    My son is doing the same with one right now
     
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    These model cars are modeled after actual cars that my son (Silver75) and I owned/own. I built them as close to correct as I could. The color on the wagon is the exact color of my real car. The silver is very close to my sons car.
     

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