The only one I have based on a real car I found in an old yellow page directory. I delivered newspapers to this place of business when I was a kid, so I had to build it. All the rest of my cars in the previous post are pure fiction.
Finally got all the panels cut out. The Dremel tool helped. Now for some fileing and a little touch up painting. The wood grain was done with craft paint and then cleared over. A 16 x 20 photo of the ocean has been ordered by my wife (her idea) for a background. Switching back and forth between models seems to help me keep interest.
Back home today and attended another car show, the season has begun. I am checking out the '32 again. Ready to switch back to working on this one now that I have more options on paint. These two models will always have the beach attached to them for me even though I didn't make it to the finish line there. I like to have a memory to go with my builds.
There is plenty of room for the thin strips of wood I think. The wood is oak and I would like to switch to walnut , I think it has a smaller grain. Another picture of the slow progress of removing the panels. I think the panels on the AMT '29 Woody may come cut out like this with panels that fit behind the body.