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Rocking Rodney Rat

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  1. '32 Phanton -Foose build -update 2/11/18

    It's painted and being assembled now. Next installment over on the 'under glass' page... -RRR
  2. Chopped & Channeled '37 Ford!

    Right...I remember now...-RRR
  3. Chopped & Channeled '37 Ford!

    I keep coming back this truck!!! Every part fits together perfectly, the grille and shell lead the way, the flipper caps... and rest just flows...... Did you section that body? I forget.... -RRR
  4. Chopped & Channeled '37 Ford!

    Sweet indeed!!! Glad to see this one FINALLY finished! Paint came out great!! And your'e right, didn't need the door decal! -RRR
  5. '32 Vicky Cabriolet

    I haven't posted up a finished build in a while. This creation started with the AMT Phantom Vickie [sic] body with the cowl from a Revell '32 sedan grafted on for the windshield. A cabriolet has a fixed windshield as part of the body whereas a roadster has a separate windshield that is bolted (or otherwise attached) to the body. Buncha buildup pix here http://public.fotki.com/jferren/32-vicky-cabriolet/ ... -RRR
  6. Hello from Long Beach.

    Welcome back to the hobby. I've been to this place a few times when I've been out your way. Cool store: http://www.pegasushobbies.net/catalog/ -RRR
  7. AMT Tommy Ivo FED

    Sweetness...love me some FED...well done.-RRR
  8. Hello from Maine

    Welcome! I used to live in Maine (the only state whose name is one syllable), still get up there most summers. Beautiful place....-RRR
  9. '32 Phanton -Foose build -update 2/11/18

    Slowly working on the tub and doing lots of little stuff that's not too exciting or picture worthy, getting the interior side panels to fit and rescribing the rear door lines on them, engine mounts, cutting down the airbags so the rear axle sits lower, stuff like that... Since the body was a skoshe (I believe that's a metric measurement) short, the hood and sides need to be lengthened that amount. Fitment is better than the pic would indicate... I'm using an SBC so the block hugger headers from the Revell '37 cabriolet are being putv to use.....exhaust system all one piece, not sure I've ever done this before... Today I started on the ragtop which was sourced from the Revell '30 Model 'A' pheaton. Some cutting and gluing going on...much more to be done here but I have a fairly good start on it...the triangle shaped side curtain needs to be worked on, seams will receive half-round Evergreen pieces... -RRR
  10. Show us your Engines - Post Dedicated to the Engine

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  11. Show us your Engines - Post Dedicated to the Engine

    Yes, it's a Lincoln V12 flathead. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln-Zephyr_V12_engine It went into this build: http://public.fotki.com/jferren/a-boner/ -RRR
  12. Revell Volkswagen Rabbit - Clearly Scale Engine

    Interesting subject matter....That is one of the cleanest builds I think I have ever seen. Put that in a diorama and most people would think it's 1:1. -RRR
  13. Chopped 58 T Bird Sedan Delivery

    I like it. -RRR
  14. East Coast 32 coupe

    Nice clean work going on here. -RRR