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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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  • Scale I Build
    1/25-1/24

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

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  1. AMT 57 Ford Hardtop News

    The original issue had two sets of quad head lights, custom vertical housings and and custom horizontal housings. The Flashback reissue retains the vertical quad housings.
  2. Model Car Wikipedia style

    Cool reference resource. Thanks for the heads up!
  3. My complete collection of Model A Five Window Coupe Hot Rods

    All exceptional in their own right but the 712 really speaks to me. Well done. Thanks.
  4. Hotwheels is 50!

    Cool! I collect the "New Models" every year and I'll pick up whatever others I like. No trip to any store is complete without checking the Hot Wheels rack! Happy B Day!
  5. IMC CHAPARRAL 2-E

    Exceptional job on a difficult kit. Good to see one built up to this level. Well done!
  6. 1958 Ford Thunderbird

    Sharp!
  7. AMT Modified Stockers

    My take on the Falcon.....
  8. Car shows on the tube

    What's My Car Worth, Chasing Classic Cars, Fantom Works, Graveyard Cars(post Darrin) and Bitchin Rides, My Classic Car sometimes Garage Squad and whatever auctions they show. When a show's capsule description begins with "The guys" I tune away immediately rather then get hit with shovels full of goofy antics, drama and posing but that's just me.
  9. What's the One Part You Hoard?

    Anything vintage, including decals.
  10. AMT Modified Stockers

    I'm by far not an expert on this but I think the Gremlin, 40 Ford coupe, 36 Plymouth. Mustang and 37 Chevy series with the multi piece bodies represent the Tobias chassis dirt modifieds where as the Vega, 34 Ford, 36 Chevy and Pinto as Dave said above with the tri five Chevy style chassis represent an asphalt modified but I might add that they would be correct for a Northeast tour car as well. As for the full bodied Modified Stocker series I would suggest that they loosely represent cars from the Modified Sportsman division from the period. JMHO. Tobias type dirt modified Gremlin and Mustang Asphalt Modified pinto Sportsman Chevelle
  11. 77 Lincoln Town Coupe

    Outstanding work! I worked in a Lincoln-Mercury dealership in the mid '70s and drove many of these stately cars when new and I can say you really captured the "presence" of it. Well done.
  12. Monogram Little T

    Much better!
  13. AMT 1939/1940 Ford Sedan

    Agreed. That would be great along with the moon caps too.
  14. '58 Fairlane 500 Semi-Custom! Finished at Last!

    Wow that looks good. I like the way you echoed the side trim there on the door panels and The T-Bird console is brilliant. Not sure about the speaker grill there on the dash but that's just me. Well done sir!