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Pontiac GTO dirt car
Topic Started: Jan 21 2014, 01:39 AM (1,027 Views)
Silver Foxx
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My Pontiac GTO , built from Model King kit , resin rims and tires , painted Tamiya yellow , lightly weathered .
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B) :))) :))) :)))
RON ROYSTON
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Real nice job on everything Sliver Foxx! Great touch on the weathering! :)))
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:))) fbr fbr fbr
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Nice looking dirt car. I like the weathering job.

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Looks great. I like the weathering job, just enough and not overdone. fbr
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fbr Very nice! :)))
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Good looking racer nice build :))) B)
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Ben
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Looks great, thanks for sharing! I'm glad you weathered it too. There's no such thing as a clean race car.
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:))) :))) Looks Great!!! What did you use for weathering?? B) B)
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biged27,Jan 25 2014
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:))) :))) Looks Great!!! What did you use for weathering?? B) B)

Thanks for the nice comments guys , the weathering is just Tamiya acrylic paint xf52 ( flat earth ) , thinned down and lightly sprayed through the airbrush .
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Fantastic build
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Excellent work on this. The weathering looks just terrific. - David
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