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But I like it. And it's fun-to-run.

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1/32. The tires (and wheels) are stock Pioneer. But it runs with PG urethanes that are more appropriate to the period.
 

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Hello mfogg, a beautiful rendition of the The Stingray !

There have been others recently and I can resist no more so have bought an MRRC bodyshell (looks like yours is MRRC?). I have fond memories of a Revell version back in the day. In my youthfulness I was unsure of what it really was - I doubt if any existed in Scotland back then
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very nice! Looks like the body color is very close to the original, and I'll bet those are the old Cady decals for the car. This past winter I finished up my restoration of an old Revell wreck into this very prototype. Got interested again when I saw the "Ford v Ferrari" movie in the fall. For many years the real deal was owned by Vic Edelbrock, who raced it with full bumpers and the torque-thrust mag wheels you have. I even got to see it at a vintage race in Steamboat Springs one summer. As originally raced by Bondurant, it had the bumpers removed and he was running the skinny steel wheels, so I did my Revell with two sets of wheels (the mags being original Cox brand) and removeable bumpers so I can have either version with the one car!
 
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