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Richard Bartrop

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  1. Gotta love those old Healys. They're almost the perfect embodiment of a '50s sports car. I'm going to be following this one.
  2. I hadn't really. I already have more than enough projects on my plate.
  3. The top one for me on that list would probably be that Eldorado Brougham, followed by the '56 Caddy and Buick
  4. Lots of interesting stuff on that list, though the amoeba kit is the one that really caught my attention.
  5. If you get to make a Delorean fly, then you get to make it look any way you want.
  6. If you're only of those crazy people who likes to build stock, AMT is still the only game in town.
  7. The Cord Boat Tail speedster thread in 1:1 Reference inspired this speedster based on the 1938-39 sharknose Graham, though I did take some liberties with the proportions. The Hollywood name wasn't used until 1940, but I thought it captured the spirit of the design. Executed in Photoshop.
  8. Oh, it definitely could be done better. Personally, I think the Cord is one of those cars they got right the first time, though I think one of these would look pretty spiffy with a boattail.
  9. I forgot about the Matchbox 1/32 cars. They also did a 1930 Packard, and an Auto Union racer, if you're looking for something a little more exotic.
  10. Airfix released a very detailed 1/32 Jaguar saloon and a Mercedes pagoda coupe way back when. Both of them had engines.
  11. https://www.hemmings.com/stories/2020/11/12/worried-about-the-next-generation-gearheads-good-news
  12. I know there's at least one custom Ford out there with a Brewster front end. EDIT: Found it Ollie's Hines 1934 Ford custom.
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