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    Stewart Rose

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  1. You are more than welcome Sir, as I said in my email, if you can attach to an email you can attach here.
  2. Here are the OP's original photos and the description he sent with them. The first shows the inspiration image along with the frame under construction along with the AMT '25 model T Ford coupe I used for general size and shape of the pieces. I used a digital caliper to try to keep pieces the same size and in the right position. I made a foam buck to support the roof and side pieces straight and as square as possible. Total of 50 parts scratch made including some small brackets made from aluminum printer's plate
  3. Love that paint job what brand paints did you use?
  4. I will be following with interest as I have 1931 Model A Woodie that I want to build with a wooden body, I found a detailed article on how to make one as a slot car that looks very useful.
  5. What donor kit are you mating this to? I need to start looking for the base kit soon
  6. I have one of these on order, I have never built a resin so I will be watching yours with interest.
  7. I love it, great colour, great finish, beautiful wheels... I love it, I don't understand those cars but this one I like....
  8. Very beautiful, I have one to build too, what paints did you use?
  9. Well having lost my modelling space for a few months this is good news I will get it done once I get a desk back...
  10. Kiwi_Bloke

    '58 Impala

    A thing of beauty, what paints did you use? I am trying to find those (or similar) colours.
  11. I am aware of them and will be ordering some accessories from them once I finish my design thought processes... have most of the list ready to order, and the work bench nearly cleared.
  12. now see I thought the mud flaps just hang down at the rear of the wheels? (That's what we would call a mud flap down here in Godzone)
  13. I had another look at the "trunk" space on the Opel there is probably enough room for a box of tissues but that's about it :-) so I will stick to cramming a roof rack and behind the seats...
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