Thats what the 32 tub, should look like. Do you have this build on your web site? I'd like to see if you widened it, extended the body, unsectioned it, they always looked alitte to narrow to me. Great wrk. as always.
Looks good. Did you look for the cut markings for chopping the top. Didn't you find it either, and built stock hight. Maybe some 3,4 or1 bar hub caps with the ww's. But it's your's I'm not making a bad comment, just my 2 cts.
Paul, really appreciate all the time you took to describe the parts & pieces you use to build your 56 Chev. This is a great help to me, since i'm in and out of modeling and am not up on the aftermarket parts. Thanks for taking the time to update. Your a really superb builder.
That's some superb detailing on your 56. Would really like to have more info. on parts you used. I need all the info i can gather on parts availiblity, who makes what etc. I'm in and out of modeling so much it seems, i can't keep up with what neat stuffs available, like the engine accesories[?]. Again great looking build.
I like this alot, to small for me though I have a hard time seeing 1/25 scale. I'm thinking of a 39 Chev. 4 dr., I had one in the 70's, will always regreat selling it. I've only seen the 4drs. in resin, not sure how good they are. Will be watching to see what you come up with. Your work looks real good.
Andy, stick with the big bug eye headlights, Your 32 is lookin real fine. Now, whats happening with Merc nbr. 2? Thanks for the input on putty[2 guys], Igonna gine one of the others a try, and the gaps were filled with plastic, probabably not enough. Get the 3 window done and head back to that Merc nbr. 2.
What co made the 31 1/16 pickup? I've seen some of these 1/16 scale Model A's but didn't know any co. that made any hot rod parts for them. I'm talking dropped axles, V8's, rear axles, etc. Any source would be helpful.