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The John Ellis magic has been woven again, this time on a Durham Classic.

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Mike Coupe
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In John's words this was a rescue job of a Durham Classic Police Car with bits missing and damaged paintwork. Its the 1941 Chevrolet Coupé. John added a sun visor and fender skirts, plus lots of other bits, and as the bonnet was a separate casting, decided to drop an engine in for good measure. The two tone colour scheme replicates that used by Chevrolet. Here's the photos.

JE Durham Chevrolet 6
JE Durham Chevrolet 3
JE Durham Chevrolet 5
JE Durham Chevrolet 4
JE Durham Chevrolet 2
JE Durham Bonnet 8

 


   
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Michel Lemieux
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Unbelievable. Thanks for the pics, Mike.


   
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Bob Jackman
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Thanks for sharing this Mike. Outstanding work.


   
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Harv Goranson
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Great work - I wonder where the engine came from?

 


   
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John Kuvakas
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Excellent! It looks like some of the work JR has done. 

John Kuvakas
Warrenton, VA


   
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John Merritt
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That is an amazing model, such a perfect color. 

John Merritt
South Lyon, Michigan - USA


   
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Christopher Moroni
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Looks great to me!


   
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renato bardi
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Simply Beautiful .Many thanx for shared


   
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Jack Dodds
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John Ellis does amazing work.  I met him and spoke with him at length at a Brooklin function in the UK back in 2004.  He is a very friendly and humble man.


   
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