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Daytona Beach Course Finish Line

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This is a scene I built of the famous Daytona Beach / Road Course finish line when the Hudson Hornet driven by Marshall Teague. The car was a resin body from Southern Motorsports in the United States. I used a 53 chevy chassis to give the car a platform to sit on. Some minor modifications were made to make it look like a Stock Car from that era.

The paint came from Model Car World, (Automotive Lacquer)

Markings were a combination of purchased and decals printed on a Alps printer. I did some work in Photoshop and a friend printed the decals for me.

I built everything else from scratch, except the figures which were heavily modified and painted with acrylics.

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