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Ford Mustang 1968
Serial/Movie: Hazzard "Lucifer"

Modified: YES
Product Code: -
Brand: ERTL
Color: green
Period: January 2014
Status: Damaged
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Ford Mustang: we put together the pieces!

   Some weeks ago I came into possession of this Ford Mustang 1968 "Bullit". The special feature of this model was that the hood was completely broken into several pieces (exactly 6 pieces). Having already two Ford Mustang "Bullitt" (one produced by ERTL and the other produced by AutoArt) I thought it would be useless to fix it to restore its original appearance, but it would be better to fix it and modify it to create a new model that is not in my collection. After several days of searching, I had the right idea: this will become the Mustang Ford Mustang "Lucifer" used in the episode 7 of the first season of the TV series "The Dukes of Hazzard". To do this I adjusted the hood with the two-component epoxy adhesive for metals and with sandpaper I leveled all the differences that had formed, creating a smooth surface. In the next days I will completely remove paint in the rest of the body and I will create the large air intake at the center of the hood. Stay tuned because I will post many updates about this model and many others news!

Posted by: Fabiano on Mon 1/19/2015 11:4202

Ford Mustang Lucifer: Episode 2

   As I told you yesterday, today I show you the progress I'm making on the 1968 Ford Mustang "Lucifer" . Work continues, a little slow, perhaps because I'm a bit rusty, but there is also to say that dismantling and removing paint this Mustang was more complicated than expected. The paint was very strong and I had to give 3 coats of gel paint stripper and many details (lights, bumper, mirror, etc.) were firmly glued to the body. I therefore had to be very careful to avoid breaking them! Monday I will start to define with plasticard the side grips and the center tap of the bonnet, then, I will still a fine sandpaper and then you will go to the paint in matte black. See you next week!

Posted by: Fabiano on Fri 2/6/2015 15:0202

Ford Mustang Lucifer: Episode 3

   Last night I was able to work a little bit on the 1968 Ford Mustang "Lucifer": I started working on the side air intakes as those series were not going well, because they were not like those mounted on the car used in "The Dukes of Hazzard." I used to carry them out of the plastic sheets, duly cut and shaped, then I have applied to the body. Today, after waiting a whole day for the glue to dry, I shall pass the sandpaper to remove any glue residue and to smooth the edges of the air intakes. Then, if I find the inspiration, I will start to create the air intake to attach the hood. Good view of the photos!

Posted by: Fabiano on Wed 2/11/2015 15:5900

Ford Mustang Lucifer: Episode 4

   In recent days I worked on the Mustang Lucifer: I made with plastic sheets the hump to be placed on the hood and after it is shaped and sanded, I proceeded to stick permanently to the hood. At that point, I was ready to go to the paint, so I gave it two coats of flat black paint to the body, to the front, the bonnet and the two doors. Today also will paint the trunk and the back that I could not paint in recent days because I had to wait for the new wing plastic is attacked well to metal parts. I then did a quick test assembly with the chassis, but I have yet to replace the wheels with new ones that I did arrive from Spain.
   See you Monday with more news: for now have a nice weekend and enjoy the pics!

   Tomorrow, February 14, I will go to visit the exhibition of cars and motorcycles at the "Automotoretrò" in Turin. If any of you will go there, it will be a good opportunity to meet and know each other, perhaps to see up close some of our favorite replica used in movies or TV series. However, next week I will publish a lot of pics from this event!

Posted by: Fabiano on Fri 2/13/2015 13:5102

Ford Mustang Lucifer: Episode 5

   Finally I managed to "close" the Mustang Lucifer! Inside the car I placed a chrome roll bar and I replaced the original wheels with those of the Shelby GT 500 that I bought from Spain. I know, are not perfectly identical to those mounted on the real machine, but they are the ones that are closest. Also, I put all the details outside the body (mirror, windshield wipers, door handles, chrome, etc.), and I added the original plate "CK 8229". Now, when I have the inspiration, will paint flames on the front of the body and then I will apply a sticker on the doors round with the number "13". To see this, however, you'll have to wait a few more days, I must first find the right color and, as I said, the inspiration ... and courage! Enjoy the photos now!

   If any of you want to start collecting cars or is looking for some rare pieces related to the TV series "The Dukes of Hazzard", can try to buy this beautiful lot that I found on the site "". Unfortunately, the models are not sold separately but only in batch. If you still want to give him an eye, click on the images below to view the announcement.

Posted by: Fabiano on Tue 2/17/2015 11:0800

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