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1953 Ford Victoria

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Built awhile back. Built out of the box. Has some MCG photo etch, MCW Bittersweet and black paint. Also used (Scale Motorsport?) Seat decals. Hope you all enjoy! Thanks for looking. 

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That's terrific work. It has that just right look for a '50s car and all the detailing is very crisp. The seat pattern really adds a lot, too.

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Wow, I'd say you knocked this one out of the park. I really like the colour combo, and as Manuel said, the seat decals are a great addition. Thanks for posting it!

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Beautiful clean build. The interior looks perfect. Great job on the Fordomatic trunk trim.

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Excellent model.  Period perfection!

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I really like this - perfect colour combo and the seat decals look great.

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Very nice model. I especially want to compliment you on the headlights - they look very realistic. To me headlights are one of those things that makes or brakes a model, and often they are not very well executed. But not on your model.

I also like the blue-dots on the taillights. Nice touch!  Decals on the seats also looks great.

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Same as everyone says .. beautiful build and great color!

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Very nice model. I especially want to compliment you on the headlights - they look very realistic. To me headlights are one of those things that makes or brakes a model, and often they are not very well executed. But not on your model.

I also like the blue-dots on the taillights. Nice touch!  Decals on the seats also looks great.

X2, that is one sharp model.

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Wait wait!! How did I loose this one??? 

Awesome build!!!

 Not a fan of aftermarket stuff, but you did it in a tasty way. Great color combo, and very realistic overall appearance. 

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What a lovely build, and very nicely photographed. The colour scheme looks just right and the paint finish is beautiful. Excellent work on the BMF too. The images almost look like period brochure shots. Thanks for sharing.

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