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Well, here we go again, another wip [:0] I hope you guys don't mind if I do one more build and then it's time for a summer break. Plumber's 1955 Chevy Bel Air gave me the inspiration to try one as well. This is the Revell kit and will be painted two-tone in MCW factory colour "Seamist Green" and "India Ivory". I applied the Seamist Green today to the body, once dried I will do the roof, quarter panel and back deck in India Ivory. The painting is done on the interior except for the chrome trim on the door panels. Here is my progress to date. Thanks for looking.
Some Interior Pics
If you cannot have a good time, what kinda time can you have? JR
Next on the bench: 1957 Corvette Gasser, 1955 Chevy (opening door older issue), 1957 "Black Widow", 2009 Dodge Challenger, 2013 Camaro, another 1970 Hemi 'Cuda, probably not in this order.
Thanks everyone. I painted the India Ivory on the body today. I am a little disappointed that there is not much contrast between the Sea Mist Green and the India Ivory. I also didn't know that the Bel Air Sport Coupe was not available in this colour combo. However, I had already ordered and received the MCW paint before I knew this. Having said this, this will be the first Bel Air Sport Coupe seen in this paint scheme. Check the link below, this shows all the two-tone colour paint schemes available on the 1955 Chevrolet and does not mention which body style the paint schemes were exclusive to. http://55classicchevy.com/body-colors.html
"That's Spenser with an 'S' like the poet." Robert Urich Spenser For Hire 1985
On my bench-Decisions...decisions...
Classic Plastic Model Club
The name is Mike...mrmike!
Why can't I stand to slap these things together like I did as a teenager? On the bench 1930 Packard 734 Speedster Victoria, 1932 Duesenberg J Judkins Coupe, 1934 Ford Cabriolet, 1926 Ford Model Ts-the complete set of all six bodystyles.