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  1. Just wrapped up this 1949 Ford Custom Coupe. Painted in Dupli-Color Creme and clearcoated with Testors Glosscote. The color is a close match to the factory color Miami Cream. Did some research into engine colors and found out that the first half of the 1949 production year engines were painted Ford Dark Blue, last half of the year they were painted Bronze. This car would be classed as a "first half of the year" production build.
  2. Another build wrapped up. Painted in Dupli-Color Cream and Dupli-Color Black with a Testors Glosscote Clear layed on.
  3. Just buttoned up this Revell 1948 Ford Super Deluxe 8 Coupe painted in Tamiya TS-11 Maroon. I like the way it turned out.
  4. Yes ,that is where they tell you to glue it to ...that way the sides have something to attach to instead of just the top. Also it helps with alignment.
  5. Thanks. I used Tamiya gray primer.
  6. Finally got the 1934 Ford 5-window coupe wrapped up. Had to scratch build a wiper blade since one was not included in the kit for whatever reason. Didn't install the cowl lamps on each side but thinking I might add them.
  7. Looks great! Nice job Michelle.
  8. Well the 1941 Chevrolet Pickup is finally finished. This one took me much longer than usual. I lost motivation shortly after I started it.
  9. Built this kit several years ago and decided to give it a mild restoration. Originally painted in Testors Gloss White enamel which has slightly yellowed over the years but I like the way it looks...no so bright and more of an off white shade.
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