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  1. The following Metallic and Pearlescent Automobile paint colors were shipped to distributors and hobby shops on Sept. 15, 2017. All were shipped in 1 oz. bottles with a suggested retail of $ 6.19 each. Colors are: TCP-731 Plum Crazy Metallic TCP-732 Bright Atlantic Blue Metallic TCP-733 Dark Titanium Metallic TCP-734 Laser Red Metallic TCP-743 Dark Charcoal Pearlescent TCP-744 Surf Blue Pearlescent Pearlescent paints change color as the viewing angle changes creating a great looking effect on the model. More metallic and pearlescent colors are to be released on Oct. 1 so come back to the for
  2. This was my first time to try hand-painting letters and artwork directly on the body of a model car, which turns out, is a whole lot harder than drawing on a piece of paper laying flat on the table, but it was a fun experiment! I’m gonna be trying more of this on more projects soon! This is my tribute to those crazy fellas from the 50’s and 60’s who lived to drag race with whatever they could get their hands on….probably built in their Dad’s garage…the big blown souped-up motor was the most important thing. Winning on Saturday night was all they could think about all week long. And maybe sa
  3. This is an old 1/25 AMT kit of the very popular Chevrolet Nomad wagon. The kit included parts to build a factory stock version only, and I envisioned a lower, custom version to carry stuff to the beach in style. The body shell is painted with Testors One Coat Fiery Orange Lacquer, and the roof is Tamiya Light Gunmetal, all polished up with Meguiar's Scratch-X, and 3200 grit abrasive. Instead of the dull kit wheels, I used AMT Deluxe Champion wide whitewall tires, and American Racing slotted mags. Then I lowered the stance about 4mm all around. The kit engine was tweaked with dual Holley carbs
  4. I really enjoyed the MPC Gangbusters Collection. Here's a link to some pictures: http://postimg.org/gallery/m68ktvro/ If that doesn't work try this https://postimg.cc/gallery/m68ktvro/ I've been wanting to build this collection since its inception and now I've got some inspiration. Any clue why it did not place?
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