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    Justin Nevius

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  1. I drew 4 rectangles, scored them a couple times, and then I snapped them off. Everything else was done with a dremel aside from some fine tuning with my exacto.
  2. I decided to try out a track nose. I layered 4 pieces of .060 sheet and made my own. Still needs some tweaking but I like the looks of it.
  3. It wasn't even my car but that killed me, I hate to see anything like that happen. Its tragic when people put their hard earned money into a project like that, not to mention the countless hours invested in it. Last I heard he was going to rebuild it but with original henry steel this time around. I really didn't put that much thought into it but you're right. That's a good possibility!
  4. All my builds start as quick builds. Then they gradually evolve into long term projects. I always enjoy seeing your builds, looking forward to seeing more of this one.
  5. I kicked the rails up a bit to much so I grabbed a fresh frame and redone them. I also decided to channel the car just a little. I think it looks much better now.
  6. Well it doesn't get much better than that. I look forward to seeing more of this one. The scratch work on that x-member is so clean! Here is a link to some 3d printed "divco" wheels. https://www.shapeways.com/product/QM85PWE6K/1-25-scale-18-quot-kelsey-hayes-artillery-wheels?optionId=63159613&li=marketplace
  7. 29 Model A 823c

    Thanks again!
  8. Monogram '30 Ford hemi coupe

    Wow that's incredible.
  9. Put the new firewall in and kicked the rails up a bit.
  10. I’d say that was definitely a cool experience. Got a little more work done. The chop is finished until I get some primer sprayed on it. I’m sure there is going to be some areas that need work. I also cut the rear floor out which I am going to replace with a more stock appearing floor. The rails are also going to be kicked up a little.
  11. Haha yea I got the idea on the roof louvers from your thread.
  12. Here is the frenzel supercharger, at this point I'm not sure if I will use it. This piece is very nice quality it just needs some minimal sanding. Over the weekend I picked an olds rocket motor and I'm leaning towards using it instead. I made a roof insert using the monogram 32 hood sides. The louvered hood is also from the monogram 32 which as you can see is a bit longer than the newer offerings from revell. This actually worked out well for me because I was wanting to slightly stretch the front end anyways. The wheels and front tires are from the revell 29 roadster. The rear tire is from the monogram 41 lincoln so I had to add a strip of styrene around the outside of the rear wheel so it fits properly.
  13. 32 Heavy Axle

    Does anyone know what kits that offer a nice stock 32 ford heavy axle?
  14. 29 Model A 823c

    Thanks for the kind words guys.
  15. Picked up these louvered panels and the firewall at a show today.