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1958 Cadillac Biarritz

Kit / Model  

1958 Cadillac Biarritz

Manufacturer  

Imex

Item Code  

n/a

Scale  

1/24

Description  

IMEX kit I think the molds were made by ARII of Japan

Out of box build. Removed all of the kit chrome and replaced it with Alclad II chrome. Bare Metal foil used on steering wheel only . (4 small bands to separate green from white)

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Category  

Cars

Project status  

Finished

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by: Josť Antonio Solbes (jasolbes@cablevision.net.mx) on 2008-11-24 - 11:41

I saw those cars in 1:1 scale, they were very nice, very heavy, lots of metal and almost nothing in plastic. The model looks great.

Congratulations.