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1969 Camaro Finished

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1/12

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Less than two and a half months after deciding to revisit this project that had been sitting dead in the water for about 14 years, it is done. If I had known it would only take that long I would have done it long ago, (well if I had the time to). Actual time invested in building it is well over two years though.

Started as a Monogram 1/12 69 Z/28. I used an engine from the Monogram 67 Corvette and reworked it as well as adding a C4 Corvette front suspension made of aluminum and replacing the rear suspension fabricated from brass. Many scratch-built parts were made for it and several hundred fasteners and pieces were machined.

For the details of the construction, and better photos of the interior and chassis, see previous 13 entries.

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I tried some shots taken at a distance to get a lower angle, but they distort the proportions somewhat.
 
Here are some finished engine shots.