Going to work on this next while the paint dries on my car. In keeping with my want to build different subjects I decided to go with this kit. It's a 1/16 scale 1912 Henderson Model A by Aoshima. Looks like there is way too much chrome in the kit but I will do some research and see what photo's I can come up with.
After finishing the 1935 Mercedes I felt I needed something a bit more simple for my next build. Got a good deal on this kit on ebay . This kit looks to be very simple. No engine and not much interior detail. The body looks good to my eye. I wonder if this was ever a slot car body. I have a couple simple mods planned that should help it look a tad better.
Finished this one up today. Not what I would normally build but have been wanting to do stuff out of my comfort zone lately. I have not built a classic style car in over 40 years so it was about time. This was a good kit but was a problem for me because of the many tiny pieces. Not the best job in the world but the best I could do with my limited talents. I could not get the hood to fit right to save my soul. Car was finished with all Duplicolor paints. Primer, red and clear. I wired the engine and added a piece of aluminum tubing to the exhaust pipe. The interior was done in ivory. Comment are always welcome pro or con. Thanks for looking.