I started to work on this one, and I can say that I am impressed. The flash on the parts, and mould lines on the body are a little heavy, and have to be addressed, but once done, the fit is phenominal.
The detail and fit of the parts is phenominal, as I expected from what we got in the Hudson kit. The flash is a little heavy on the parts, and the body has a few prominent mould lines, but once they are cleaned up, everything is fine. Once I get everything painted, it is really going to pop.
It goes together quite well, and as you can see, it has a pretty nice stance once it is up on its wheels.
Ironically, I have not built the AMT '57 Chrysler 300, but I am now, just to have the book ends.
Thanks for the preview, Ron! If it's anything like the ' 53 Hudson kit, then as far as I'm concerned it's another must have. Regards, sfd
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AMT ' 61 Bonneville ragtop, Revell 57 Ford Custom drag car, Lindberg ' 66 Chevelle SS
OR . . . . . . . . none of the above, ummmm . . . just yet
I can't wait to receive mine, will start it right away. The model looks good even like this, have you choose the color for it ??
And I think you'll be impressed by the AMT 57 too, it is a very good kit !!!!
Looks really nice ! Is that a PowerFlite behind that 331 Hemi ?!?
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l am looking forward to seeing it built...Slusher
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Looks like an awesome kit from your photos. I just picked one up over the weekend but have yet opened it as I only open about 30% of my kits and I already have several projects in the works.
I see Ron then inspiring you for an 300C project! What color can preview to paint your?