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Ok so its been raining around here for the last few days so I decided that my fusion model needed to match my car! I went to pepboys and got some oxford white paint and some clear coat and here is my finished work. :smokin:



 

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If it keeps rainin' in PA. my garage needs painting........... :lol:
 

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MAN THATS TIGHT.. WHERE DID YOU FIND A MODEL OF THE FUSION? I WOULD LOVE ONE.. WISH I COULD FIND A MODEL OF THE 2000 FORD CONTOUR ALSO..
 

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Below is the link to where I got mine. Its cheeper than the ones on e-bay. I did notice that they have them on backorder. As far as the contour model goes I have never seen one. When I had my 98 I never found contour models but I did find Mondeo models

http://www.hobbylinc.com/htm/mai/mai31999.htm
 

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He haw, last week, I picked up two of these at Sears (in Ottawa) for $9.00 (canadian dollars at that)each. My 3 yr old was very excited when he saw them. We then went to Canadian Tire and picked up some paint. The cars come apart quite easily with just 2 screws on the bottow. I could not find Redfire to match mine, so I painted it Toreador red. I even did the interior in Camelcloth like mine (light tan seats, and brown dash). I left the other one black, as is. I have since seen them at the grocery store (Loblaws) for $4.98.
 
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