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Now that's just straight-up cool. Love the color, too--what's the paint?

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Nice job...

Ford did make a similar body in 1932..the roadster pickup.

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Don't know how this one slipped by me, but i'm glad I saw it!........VERY cool look, and built VERY nicely!!!

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Whoa! That's a real knockout!

1st class build with a high quality finish. 

I love it!

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Nice job...

Ford did make a similar body in 1932..the roadster pickup.

Similar, but this conversion looks like it uses a shortened Tudor body, so it has that deep cutback at the bottom of the body. Very cool

But, RRR, there isn't just one T body style. I understand what you're trying to say, that it's a T Bucket style body. I'd call this one a B Bucket since I believe the 32 Fords were model B's (but I could be wrong)

Either way, excellent build, as always.I really dig the wheel and tire choice and the stance!

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Weird and I like it, great job!

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