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Monogram TD Son Of Ford

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Well, to finish off the trio of the trio, do the Early Iron Versions of each!

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A great little collection there...

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Very nice!

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Nice save,   beautiful collection  !

Those are really nice Bob .

Nicely done. Super clean collection.

Thanks guys !

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Great looking builds, a real nostalgic blast!

Some very cool kits!  and great work on them they look fantastic!

Bob nice save on the Son-of- Ford  and a very classy six pack of old Monogram models just love it !

Thank you very much guys !

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They all are perfect-great job-model on !!!

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you just can't beat the look and finish of these old Monogram kits.... You did a great job

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Beautiful builds! I love them all! Thanks for sharing!

Thanks Wayne !

Well, to finish off the trio of the trio, do the Early Iron Versions of each!

That's a thought  but I'm gonna stop with these , too many versions have been reissued over the years .

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All of those are great Bob, but I'm partial to the Son of Ford. It seems to be the rarest of the bunch. Great job....and I'm a bit jealous ;)

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All of those are great Bob, but I'm partial to the Son of Ford. It seems to be the rarest of the bunch. Great job....and I'm a bit jealous ;)

Thanks Glenn !  The Son Of Ford does seem to be the rarest of the bunch . I'm glad I didn't have to hunt them all down and buy them today , I'd be way over my annual budget ! 

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Revelogram couldn't do to bad repopping these old kits in their original form much the same way Round2 is doing with their old AMT iconic kits.

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A great little collection there...

Thank you !

Very nice!

Thanks much !

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Gorgeous and SHINY :D:D:D hot rods.  Love 'em.

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Gorgeous and SHINY :D:D:D hot rods.  Love 'em.

Thanks Jim !  SHINY is great ! :D

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Very nice work on all! Love the box art too

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Revelogram couldn't do to bad repopping these old kits in their original form much the same way Round2 is doing with their old AMT iconic kits.

Don't hold your breath .  The Blue Bandito was a bust and the specific parts for the Deuce and the T are loooong gone .

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They all are perfect-great job-model on !!!

Thanks Marty !

you just can't beat the look and finish of these old Monogram kits.... You did a great job

Thanks !  Yep they stand up well against todays kits .

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Revelogram couldn't do to bad repopping these old kits in their original form much the same way Round2 is doing with their old AMT iconic kits.

As I get older (70 :o ) I am finding the older. smaller parts count. kits more to my liking.

Right now I'm really getting into the original release AMT kits with a great interchangeable engine option. Not sure they planed it that way, but most of the engines in those old kits interchange perfectly.;)

Open the gates, let the plastic flow. :P

Edited by Greg Myers

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These would make a dandy Faux-vivor Friday post on the Scale Survivor Facebook page. Waaaaay Cool!

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These would make a dandy Faux-vivor Friday post on the Scale Survivor Facebook page. Waaaaay Cool!

Thanks very much !  And no thanks , no Facebook here .

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Don't hold your breath .  The Blue Bandito was a bust and the specific parts for the Deuce and the T are loooong gone .

Blue Bandito definitely was a flash in the pan. I bought 5 of them. Used parts from one to make this.... Paint is Testers Flame Red Lacquer and Tamiya Flat Tan. Next one (Sold this s one in a pinch on eBay) will have wheel spinners from the Predicta.

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