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Dale Earnhardt Sportsman Nova; Driven in 1978
Topic Started: May 10 2016, 06:54 AM (516 Views)
MarkJ
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Great job, you really captured the look of the 1:1 car. fbr
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Simply an amazing build sir .......... beautiful B) fbr jsm :)))
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Another great build there Mark!

B) :))) fbr
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Mark, I watched this build from the start and I admit I was a little unsure of your choice to use the Nova unit-body pan. Well, you overcame that and if a person didn't know, they would never know that is what its based on. You did a great job with this and ended with a super looking Nova. Very nice scratch bashing and fit! I will never question your choices again. You have the "Feel" for this so keep building the way you do. I enjoyed watching this project and thanks for showing it. Please do another! wnw
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Yet another AWESOME build, Mark.
I remember that car from the old days.
Great job !!
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Lefturns75,May 15 2016
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Mark, I watched this build from the start and I admit I was a little unsure of your choice to use the Nova unit-body pan.  Well, you overcame that and if a person didn't know, they would never know that is what its based on.  You did a great job with this and ended with a super looking Nova.  Very nice scratch bashing and fit!  I will never question your choices again.  You have the "Feel" for this so keep building the way you do.  I enjoyed watching this project and thanks for showing it.  Please do another! wnw

Thanks Leftturns. I think on my next build from this era I will go ahead and get the nascar donor kit for the chassis and make it fit to the body. I think it will be little quicker and easier.
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