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AMT Lil Vicky, outlaw style

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So I just wrapped this one up today with the eception of the license plate that I'll make another day. I started with the AMT Lil Vicky kit, which goes together very well for its age. The hardest thing about it was deciding whick way to go with it, stock or drag lol. The mods are pretty run of the mill, including a wired and plumbed engine, two resin .38s in the grill bar for that outlaw look, and a wheel and tire swap from the AMT '34 Ford kit. The paint is Tamiya Gloss Black (TS-14 I believe) over Duplicolor grey primer, both straight from the can. The car was sanded with 8,000 and 12,000 grit pads, the polished out with Meguiars Scratch X. Thanks for looking!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Very nice. Excellent details and paint! Please build us another one with bullet holes.

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Looks great, the red wheels and white walls really set it off.

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Great job! I don't remember when I have seen that kit built stock.

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Thanks for the kind words guys, I really appreciate it.

Very nice. Excellent details and paint! Please build us another one with bullet holes.

I still have a 28 Lincoln to build and may go that route. I really want to build a mobster inspired diorama.

Great job! I don't remember when I have seen that kit built stock.

There's a guy on here, Tulio I believe his name is, that did one like this a while back that is absolutely gorgeous. That's actually what made me want to do this one. 

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That is nice, not often we see a Vicky done stock well done

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I was not sure what to expect reading the subject of your post but was pleasantly surprised to see your beautiful stock Deuce Victoria.

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Nice work they look perfect!  Love the opening door on the one.  I am a big fan of the AMT '32s, you did them justice!

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Thanks again guys! Sorry for the late reply, I forgot I posted this haha. As always, your kind words are much appreciated.

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That's how a 1932 Ford is supposed to look like. 

He's right, great job!

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Very very nicely done !  I love the stock look especially in black , and the wheel swap is perfect for it !

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