My health insurance company doesn't help much on a couple of my meds.. I had a pre-existing condition which they accepted (as the law reguires), they just don't want to pay for the meds that treat it (which the law does NOT require).. but they were able to buy a competing insurance company for several billion dollars with their profits.....so it's working for them just fine I guess.
My new Revell 29 Fords came with bubble wrap between the chrome trees that were enclosed in the standard plastic bags...nothing rubbing together. A very thoughtful approach,I've never seen that before.
definitely looks better...the transition from edge of headlight doors to lamp still needs smoothing it appears but maybe its just the contrast of the two colors? but the grille looks great and the headlight doors look like the right width now. yes it was kinda odd to mold the grille open but have no details at all behind it...just one of many things that make the design of the kit seem unfinished to me....
Thanks for sharing again Tim...love the 46 'caps. So I guess there's an easy 3rd version here too, a highboy using the model A frame? I don't care for the channeling's effect on the proportions...your idea to move the radiator back might help some, but I think it would need to be chopped to return to the over the axle location. Are those the largest of the 3 headlights?
Maybe...seems kinda big for that,almost like the large black borders on late model 1-1 cars. It'll be interesting to see how it looks painted, the other one I saw didn't have them painted either. Nice paint job by the way.
"..... but the class designation seems to be for a supercharged car. If I'm not mistaken, that's what the "S" stands for. Am I mistaken on this?" Nope you're right,but those decals were included in the kit but it,of course,didn't even have the supercharged version of that motor. His Ford would more likely be in Modified Production or Jr. Stocker.