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Wagon rod

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I am proud of this one, it ain't perfect but I am smiling.

Chassis and engine.JPG

Fenders.JPG

interior.JPG

Wagonrod ls.JPG

Wagonrod front.JPG

Wagonrod rear.JPG

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Nice work - looks like you opened the doors too!

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Posted

yep

 

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That is very cool for sure !!!

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That is a fine looking rod!

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What color is that?? Really like that color

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Your "wood" looks really good! Well done and model on!

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Super fine build!

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Posted

Looks good, great color choice.

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What color is that?? Really like that color

Wondering the same...

 

Great build!

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Wonderful build.

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Very nice!

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The green is Tamiya Pearl Green Lacquer TS-60, the wood is Light Sand, TS-46. Best BLAH_BLAH_BLAH_BLAH paint I've ever used, and some great colors. The wood inlay is a Bic marker, honey brown. here's a pic of the interior, most of which came from Revell's 37 Ford convertible.

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Edited by Bert
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Never care for looks of the car. But, you did a great job on it Bert.

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