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Revell 1929 Model-A Roadster ArtDeco/Streamliner

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The apparent thought put into this, attention to detail and nuance is a delight to see.

You have successfully captured the flavor of "Deco" style and created (another) work of art.

BRAVO sir!

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Eric,   I can only echo "blunc"    Mike said it so well !

   What pleasure to follow this one.  Congratulations !!!!!!!

 

 Randy

 

 

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You had a concept in mind when you started, and just ran with it. Thank you very much for taking us along for the ride and showing in great detail exactly what you did. It's a beautiful concept, but the innovative techniques to execute it are to truly be applauded.

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Nice concept from start to finish. All of the design elements came together to produce a very unique model that hearkens back to the Art Deco era.  

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Next level! Unique and impressive. Well done! 

I'm going to miss the build updates - they were like chapters in a great book. You want to get to the end, but you don't. 

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Turned out to be a work of art! Simply amazing what you did. Beautiful.

Later-

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It really is quite stunning. I totally have plastic envy😆

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Eric.....Tom Woodruff sent me pictures of your car that he took at the contest....it looked great there, and it looks great here.  

Seldom do we see such creativity combined with such attention to detail and craftsmanship.  Congratulations....and I can't wait to see what you come up with next....TIM 

 

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geeeezzzz guys... Thank you all for the wonderful comments, its quite flattering, and overwhelming.  Thank you all so much!

Here are a couple more shots from the North Coast Auto Modelers meeting... I talked Tom Kren into letting me get some shots with his super clean box-stock"ish" build. 

Its cool to compare and contrast... it also makes me realize how little of the actual kit I used.... haha

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Looks amazing, great work Eric !  

THIS SHOULD BE IN THE MAGAZINE....  !

Congratulations on the win too, it's just a shame we can't follow along with the updates now its finished !

Can't wait to see what you come up with next, im sure I'll be following along whatever it is !!

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This is one SERIOUSLY IMPRESSIVE build, so much fine custom work has resulted in a pure MASTERPIECE !!!!  

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This is one SERIOUSLY IMPRESSIVE build, so much fine custom work has resulted in a pure MASTERPIECE !!!!  

x2 and I would say one of the things that impressed myself was the steering wheel superbly done!

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A beautiful level of craftsmanship. I love the styling. I just checked out the build thread for this. Thanks for sharing this with us.

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I have a friend asking me who built the '29 with Indy engine and the exterior hand starter.Do you know who that was?

Thank for sharing your passion and skill with us!

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Thank you guys!!!     Its truly flattering to hear all these compliments from fellow builders!

I have a friend asking me who built the '29 with Indy engine and the exterior hand starter.Do you know who that was?

Thank for sharing your passion and skill with us!

Tom, I didnt know who that was.... Until last night when i was looking at my photos from the Toledo NNL and ran across these:   :D

That car was beautiful!   and so cleanly done!    I loved everything about it. 

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