1933 Speedstar Coupe Retro Dry Lakes Style
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Very nice so far. I agree about the stance and the cool wheels. What is the body you are using as the basis? It doesn't look like the Flintstone Bonneville racer you used on you earlier (and very nice) blue, flamed Alloway style build.
Thanks Bernard. Its a Flintstone body also but its the tracknosed version. Since Alloway's used the Speedstar cabin area for the tracknosed coupe as well as the regular Speedstar, it made it very convenient that FLintstone had a tracknosed verison also. The front wheels are the 32 Roadster wheels in the RM kit and the rear are Pegasus Hellas in a hoop I had machined by MAS to mate them with the tires from the Escalade kit. I wanted a taller skinnier tire to help pull off the lakes look a little better.
I'll watch this one also. I'm curious about the chassis build.
There is no chassis. Its a curbside with full interior detail and alot of aluminum on the exposed suspension parts.
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