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  1. Researching traditional 1932 Ford frame modifications I found this reference and thought it might be a good subject car to model. It could be done as it was back in 1954 or as it is today. The story is cool, the pics are cool. https://carpyscaferacers.com/long-lost-32-three-window-found/
  2. Morning all, Given I'm new to the forums, etc. maybe this has been discussed already, but being a librarian and nerd by trade, I'm always fascinated by the 1:1 information on the models I've started building. Google Books, given that they've digitized ALL of the Popular Mechanics magazines has now become my primary resource tool. Just ran across this a few moments ago: (apologies for the ugly url) https://books.google.com/books?id=g9QDAAAAMBAJ&lpg=PA202&dq=%22AMT%22%20model%20cars%20%22popular%20mechanics%22&pg=PA88#v=onepage&q=%22AMT%22%20model%20cars%20%22popular%20mechanics%22&f=false Now if I could just find a model and skills to be able to pull this off!!! By the way, if you check the article out, I thought it was interesting that AMT had a research division....but maybe that was just because of their involvement with the manufacturers back then? --Tony PS: For you Chevy fans, check this one out: http://images.google.com/hosted/life/70c055dab06086d6.html
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