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  1. Well I swapped out the engine with what I wanted in the first place. I didn't have the belt assembly for the flathead when I first built this. But got one the other day and finished it up tonight.
  2. Thanks. I know the track nose is a little odd looking, but does give us a break in what we see every other model T with. I built a Midget Racer a while back and it had this extra nose, so I tossed it in this kit for safe keeping. I was really up in the air about the interior color. I wanted it to mix in with the two other colors used but didn't have anything handy except for Tamiya Green Pearl. I did spray a flat clear on it and used a light black wash. Think it works well. And overall I am pleased with the build. Oh, and I originally wanted to put a flathead in it. But I couldn't find the belt setup for the engine I had. So went with this early Hemi.
  3. Thanks! I have yet to build the Fruitwagon as the Fruitwagon. I just go off and build what I'd like to own in real life. The middle one here is all box stock out of the Fruitwagon kit minus the radiator cap and small details like wires and plumbing.
  4. This started out as the Fruitwagon kit. I changed the wheels/tires, engine, headlights, taillights, nose, dash, and steering wheel. Did add a wood floor and plug wires for little extra detail. I wanted this to look like a late50s/early 60's rod. I airbrushed the body and frame with fingernail polish, there is lots of flake in it. The wheels and engine is just duplicolor, and interior is Tamiya spray. Any questions, feel free to ask.
  5. This is the Revell Syclone kit. I made it look like a normal Sonoma kind of.. Wanted a Sonoma ST look hence the stripes and script on the doors. Also wanted it to look like someone's fun toy, but not an expensive toy. I'm cheap so didn't go all out on details and just used what I had laying around. Like the wheel tubs are LED tea candles cut in half. And the fuel cell is a rubber bumper for a hood or trunk lid with a washer and screw added. The hood I messed up on. Its ill fitting cause I didn't test fit it with the grill in. The cowl scoop is from the 69 Nova kit. Overall I'm please as it was a fun build.
  6. Thanks, I do like the Burlwood look.
  7. They are on the fat side. I got one more of this kit to build. Maybe I'll try wire on it. Thanks for the advice.
  8. JasonC

    1925 T Bucket

    Got it on Ebay a couple years back. It was in a roll like tape.
  9. I used a fine point green sharpie. Thankfully there was an indent in the seat and with me holding my breath, I was able to get a straight line.
  10. AMT 25 T Fruitwagon kit. I changed the engine and wheels/tires. Color is Duplicolor Ford Brown Metallic with the driveline as Duplicolor GM Carmal Metallic. I was going for a 70s street rod look. I tried to do some wood grain on the dash, steering wheel, shift knob and floors. This one I did eliminate the metal front axle.
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