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Agnaldo

Member Since 17 Dec 2008
Offline Last Active Feb 16 2013 09:36 AM
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'53 Ford Victoria Oldschool

19 May 2012 - 06:04 PM

Sorry, I use google translator.

Hello, friends, okay?


A new model on the workbench. This is my second model, then, a lot of patience, because they lack experience and technical skills.

The chosen after much analysis was the '53 Ford Victoria, the Lindberg. It seems to be a great kit comes with chrome trim already, which makes it easier for those who do not have the slightest practical BareMetal.

Well, the initial proposal is to keep the original wheels and make it very low (giving even an ant beetle), Cadillac all black with chrome and maintained, which will enhance and highlight black enough.

Here are some photos from the beginning.

The kit.
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Guys, look at the reference there, only it's a '51 Victoria. Maybe I do not do well with the red roof, I'll just need a red like that, because I have not. The only difference is that I do with the chrome.
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Some photos I took to get an idea. The kit comes with a white band for the tire.
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'64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil - COMPLETED

06 May 2012 - 05:30 AM

Personal finally finished. Actually done about 3 months ago, but with the lack of time I could not post, but now with a vacation of 15 days, I have this availability.

I know that just by taking part here is that with the little time I end up participating more forums in Brazil, which do not have to be translating my words.

I was very happy with this little mouse, despite some mistakes, he gave me a lot of work, but gave me much happiness in the building, gave me moments of anger, frustration, but mostly joy, what gives me motivation to continue.
I want to thank all the strength that accompanied and encouraged me to continue and with the tips they gave me was very important.

In construction:

- Painting in royal red.
- Loading screen in the hood vents.
- Exchange of wheels by wheels Mustang Shelby GT-350 H Revell.
- Lowering the suspension in 4 mm.
- Sahara Beige interior.
- Withdrawal of the column break wind.

Enough talk, and follow the pictures of the car.

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'64 Ford Fairlane - From Brazil

06 May 2012 - 05:13 AM

Sorry, I'm using Google translator.

Good afternoon everyone.

After a long time just to participate in the forum, commenting and always admiring the work here, but always wanting to get a kit, and with the minimum of time involved, my first post here in progress, and hope you enjoy.

Anderiormente many years got a Mustang Shelby GT-350H, but the windshield broke early on and discouraged. Ai years were buying equipment and keeping everything so that one day I had time to start another. I then began a Supra in 2008, but since I left not really into the Japanese, like the muscles and classics.

I chose the 1964 Ford Fairlane, because I think a very nice car, straight lines and elegant. My initial idea is to make it slightly lowered, with wheels of the Shelby Mustang that I have mentioned, and put some pictures to see what you want.

Very low...

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I think that it is so low, is that the wheels are really small in diameter.
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Already got the cuts on the front suspension and rear, although some doubts can not take a great picture, because my camera was stolen at a time and took my mother, but she gives good definition pictures in close proximity.

Hugs.