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Thread: 1/12 '68 Fastback (aka Bullitt Mustang)

  1. #21
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    Thank you!

    Harry

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    I'm digging it.

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    It's a thing of beauty....nice work

    Sent from my SM-G900W8 using Tapatalk

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    Wow, well done, I can see that chase scene right now, can hear the 390 / 4spd in my head! Cool.

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    Awesome man! Looks great

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    Thank you all for the kind words. Almost a year later, and I finally got her done. Unfortunately, I lost the headlights in the chase scene and I need to make another set. The video is crappy, but she is a runner. I had grand visions for a cinematic masterpiece, but a low budget camera and and amateur crew made it more of a challenge.

    Bullitt lives

    https://youtu.be/AgDG2dZy__4



    Harry

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullitt View Post
    Thank you all for the kind words. Almost a year later, and I finally got her done. Unfortunately, I lost the headlights in the chase scene and I need to make another set. The video is crappy, but she is a runner. I had grand visions for a cinematic masterpiece, but a low budget camera and and amateur crew made it more of a challenge.

    Bullitt lives

    https://youtu.be/AgDG2dZy__4



    Harry
    Turned out awesome, nice job on the video!

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    Thank you!

    The Bullitt has served its purpose and is now in retirement. I removed the interior mounting screws, electronics, and put the body back on the Wen Mac chassis. In the spring, I'll probably buff out the scratches and repaint the body. If I still have access to SolidWorks by then, I may design some torque wheels for the stock tires. Until then, here is where it will sit.







    Thanks for looking at the build through the year, but the RC18 chassis has more work to do somewhere else.


    Harry

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    Pricey, but take a look at this...
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/1-12-Custom-...cAAOSw44BYEM6v

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    Quote Originally Posted by hywayhauler View Post
    DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD!!! I've been looking for 1/12 SM in the past and the only one I ever see is the one from LeMans. Must sell kidney and make a ridonkulous purchase.

    Harry

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