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FordRodnKustom

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About FordRodnKustom

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 11/23/1954

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    1/25-1/24

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    N.W. Florida sometimes known as LA (lower Alabama)
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    Ron Savoie

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  1. Thanks Steve, I'll look into that idea. Nice pic BTW.
  2. Thanks Steve. That's about what I thought. I have some of those too but they are a little too small for the 1/24th kit.
  3. Anyone know of a source for these in 24th scale to fit the RevelloGram kit? To me the '57 units in the kit just don't look right. TIA
  4. I like these kits. They're great slump busters. I'll be glad to get another Fury, Here's one I recently finished.
  5. Magnificent! Straight from the '56 GM Motorama. Very well done. The guy driving looks like he had a few too many expressos' LOL
  6. Overall I like this kit. With a little work it builds up well. I don't mind building 24th scale at all. I built this one from I think the first issue, It was molded in metallic blue styrene, Done as sort of a day 2 A12
  7. Actually it's a '70. Note the different front side marker lights and side trim.... 69 70 Looks like an XL or LTD
  8. I like these kits. They make great slump busters or just a refreshing change of pace from more involved builds. Here's what I did with a Force and a Ramblur. Working on a Street Fury now. Glad ti hear they will be making a come back.
  9. Greetings all, hope everyone and theirs is safe and well. Here is my latest build, finished it up yesterday. I started with this original screw bottom AMT '64 Mercury convertible that I've had hanging around here for a few years so I decided to see if I could do something with it...... After a swim in the purple lake, a little sanding and a spritz of Testors paint here we are... Thanks for checking it out and as always comments, questions and discussions are welcome and encouraged.
  10. Thanks! Good catch there as that '60's "futuristic" styling was kind of what I was going for, like a factory concept.
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