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Sprint Car

Kit / Model  

Vintage Sprint Car

Manufacturer  

GMP

Item Code  

7121

Scale  

1/18

Description  

This is a diecast kit. I built it as part of a club challenge.
We select 1 model from a members collection and build it.
I started the idea and dubbed it the Attic Raid. Since then we have been in two attics and two basements. It has beenvery neat to see what others do with the kits they take from your colection.

I painted it with Testors Lacquer. The seat was painted with several shades of craft acrylics. Wheels were brush painted with Model Master Metalizer paints.

Used a variety of Slixx Decals.

Total build time 13 hours. Fun kit to build. Kit also offeres multiple engines and bumper bars for a variety of builds.

Wheels and tires are excellent. It was so fun I decided to buy another kit to hopefully put together some day.

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by: Ammon Moyer (ajmosedona@esedona.net) on 2010-12-10 - 15:24

Very nice car and a job well done.