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Default Re: Revell 1/12th '69 Z-28 Camaro OOB build.

Cheers SF. Odly enough, she was finished on the date of your post
Here's the remainder of the WIP pics...


Interior bucket painted.
Satin black with pleanty of dryrushing in royal blue and blue grey mix. Seat fabric done in drybrush white to give them a slightly patchy used look.








Front seats done, painted in the same was as the rear ones.





Center console and dash. Standard paint with stock decals an I do like the faux-wood ones.
All the chrome bits got the strip and Alclad treatment.








Interior door panels sorted.








Floor pedals just satin black with silver drybrush.





Steering column and wheel sorted, all those bits got put together.

















Front grille and rear lights sorted, detail parts given the Alclad thing.











Bodywork time!
Tamiya fine white primer, polished up with a 1200 grit pad and plenty of clean water, then Novus 1, 2 and 3 plastic scratch remover and the clean & shine routine.








Much masking and in with Tamiya spray bright orange which is the closest to Hugger orange as I could get.








Peeled it all of and had bleed under everywhere sadly.





However, some scrape and polishing later sorted that and onward!
A couple of coats of Tamiya spray clear after getting the decals and dark wash on and then the Novus got a decent workout.








Inside of the hood just a lick of dark wash.





Window trims all in self adhesive aluminium foil. Single lump got polished and the strips cut and applied.








Front grille and rear lights installed.








Final paintwork cleanup, glazing intalled and that's the top bit done & done!
Assembly time!
And it all went rather nicely. Custom licence plate made up and fitted.




















And that puts a wrap on this turnout
All told I am happy with the results and she has been an enjoyable and straight forard build for a change.
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