Rusty Wallace's 2000 Harley Davidson/Miller Lite Ford Taurus

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This is the 2000 #2 Harley Davidson Taurus driven by Rusty Wallace at Daytona in july of 2000! It is a 2000 #6 kit with decals from JWTBM!

Painting and decals:

The chassis is light gray. The body was painted light gray inside then masked and painted with testors flat white as a primer. I then airbrushed testors model master french blue over the white. To finish the body color I airbrushed Boyd's true blue pearl over the french blue. I then masked and painted the rear spoiler , skirts and front airdam extension flat black. I started the decal application with the hood decal which I applied to the hood/fenders and allowed to dry and then carefully cut it with a model knife at the separation of the two and applied decal setting solution to make it lay down at the edges. I then applied the roof number and rear deck pPg decal. I next applied the Mobil One and mead decals in front of each rear wheel well so that I could judge where to position the door number/flame decals. I then applied the front fender contingencies, the goodyears, the Miller Lite, the rear quarter Harley and the LENNOX decals. The Rusty Wallace decals were next, then the pillar decals. Lastly I applied the headlight, grille, little number 2 and TAURUS decals to the front and the tail light, MILLERLITE.COM, Mobil One and little number 2 decals to the rear panel! I used the kit headlights. I then airbrushed the completed body with model master clear top coat. I made a new airdam extension out of vhs tape label material just as I did with the #88 UPS and # 6 1998 elsewhere on this site. I then painted the center caps, hood and trunk pins and the fuel filler. I then masked and painted the clear parts and installed them! I used the same method of narrowing the track of this one as I did on the #88 UPS and the 3 1998 #6 cars. I also lowered the rear by opening up the rear spring holes and allowing the springs to go further up into the chassis which I did on the #6 cars. I hope you like this one as much as I do! John made another great set of decals (As always)

Complete instructions for painting and assembly of chassis, clear parts, and construction of slab sides can be found at the bottom of the main page!

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