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Olds wagon demo car
Topic Started: May 3 2013, 01:40 AM (589 Views)
greatsack69
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Havent been on here in years.

1976 olds custom cruiser wagon.
scratch built from a 1976 caprice.
frame swap and many hours in scratch building..

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That is some really beautiful detail work. Nice build.
I build models because GOD allows me to and because I can't afford the real thing!!
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:))) jsm B) B)
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I like the detail work also! rrr Great job!
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Thanks! it took close to a year to finish this working on it off and on. Alot of scratch work went into this.
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B) fbr :))) :)))
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B) :))) :))) :)))
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jsm fbr :)))
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Can you provide a little more information about the mud splatter techniques you used on this? Really good weathering work! - David
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yessir i can. I use apple barrel walmart paint for mud. they have different shades of brown. I thin it down a touch with some water then just use a old tooth brush and flick it on. Some places i just put the brush on the car and drag it across.
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