That looks good with just a little bit of black like that. That's sharp. There used to be a 70 Chevelle that ran around this area with a similar paint job. That was back in the early 90's if i remember right. I always thought it looked cool.
Ken, I use the IMG code. I just click on the code under the picture on photobucket, come over here and right click and paste it into my post. There is a pinned tutorial on this on the forumin the Tips, Tricks and Tutorials section. Hope this helps. Chris
There definately is plenty of room to play. I have another one of these I want to build someday. I'm thinking about going full fendered on the next one, but, I have so many other kits to get through first. lol
Curt, grandpa seemed more partial to 29's and 30's. He had a 29 tudor sedan, a 30 pickup , a 30 roadster, a 30 tanker truck, and a 30 AA school bus. He still has the tudor sedan and the bus. The bus has been in two different family weddings, and most of us grandkids, at one point or another, had a hand in helping reconstruct it.
I still have the revell on the shelf. I'm hoping the hinges aren't as fiddly as the ones on the 31 tudor sedan were. Those were a nightmare.Thanks for the warning.
Patrick, this was the most recent (I think) reissue, so it had the one piece tires. I believe the builder you were referring to was 'lil John Buttera. This kit has been repopped several times. I need to see if I can find the Hot Rod version again, as that is the first time I had this kit. The big Three kits in one big box kit with the 26 T, Model A delivery, and 34 Ford. Ahh, the memories. lol