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1956, Chevrolet Bel Air, Custom Car

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1/25

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I brought my Classic Monogram, 1/25 Scale, Chevy, Bel Air from this Country. I built it on two Months. I made it with conversion with my other 1955, Chevy Bel Air kit's pieces and Alloys Wheels

Conversion = All Alloys Wheels, Side door trims, Dashboard, and Exhausts from Chevy Bel Air (1955)

Accessories = Bare Flash Chrome, Metal Foils, Wiring connections, and nice carpet mats and covered and Aftermarket Photo Etch set and Brake discs photo etches with inside brake discs

Colour = Candy Lime Green with Lacquer coats, and Black from Tamiya Aerosol

I received my first GOLD Class Winner with my 1956, Chevorlet Bel Air at Scale Model World 2016 in Telford, UK

I've made my scratch build pieces with both Bel Air from Revell- Monogram and used pieces from 1955 Bel Air

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