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John Quilter
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Two True Scale (TSM) Impala SS 427 cars with their special hood feature.

1967 Chevrolets X2 #3

One Greenlight Impala four door hardtop conversion into a station wagon.

1967 Chevrolet const #1
1967 Chevrolet const #2
1967 Chevrolet wagon const #2

Resulting in

1967 Chevrolets X 2 #1
1967 Chevrolets X2 #2
1967 Chevrolets X4 #1

John F. Quilter
Eugene, Oregon USA


   
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100Ford2003
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Love that station wagon !! 

Steve


   
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Domi7777
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Hello John,

What material do you use to form the rear fenders?


   
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Posted by: @domi7777

Hello John,

What material do you use to form the rear fenders?

J B Weld, an epoxy material that drys very hard in 4-6 hours and can be filed, shaped with a Dremel tool and sanded.  It is my go to material to sculpt model bodies and can also be used as a glue.

John F. Quilter
Eugene, Oregon USA


   
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@john-quilter 

Thank you!


   
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