Not everyone is going to like this one, and that's ok. It's a parts box build of the Revell HOT ROD '34 Ford Roadster.
I bought multiples of these kits cheap at a flea market in ziploc bags. All I kept of the '34 Ford was the bodies, tub pieces, radiator chrome, etc. The awful chassis, wheels, tires, and modern seats got tossed, lost, or donated. I like the body and I like the challenge of throwing parts at it, so here we go. It'll be an entry in The Race of Gentlemen contest at the Mid-Atlantic NNL.
I need a frame so I'll use a beat up parts box AMT 32 Ford frame. It'll need a lot of sanding and clean up. The molded-in rear axle sticks out a little on each side and will need to be trimmed to fit underneath the (seemingly off-scale) '34 Ford body. Why use a '32 frame on a '34 body? Because that's the parts I have.
Decisions, decisions... Do I want the axle mount and frame horns behind the radiator or in front of it. The '32 Ford frame almost seems too long for the Revell '34 body. If I go for the behind the radiator choice I could cut out a section of the frame and and that would allow it to sit back.
Or I could just make a real big mess and mount the axle where it actually goes for a suicide front suspension look. Not shown, but I've cut fender well / wall inserts from sheet styrene that I'll glue in behind the wheel wells.
The interior tub is three pieces; two doors and the tub itself. I sanded off all the details from the doors and covered them as well as the tub with Wallstickery Cherry Wood Grain Paper. I'll scribe out door lines later. The three piece tub fits together poorly, so the door sections will have to be glued, set in place, then clipped onto the body interior with binder clips. Later I'll finangle the tub part in.