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damodelguy az

51 henry taildragger

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combo of two henry j bodies to make body longer and front made little longer, chopped, mustang 2 interior and chassie, 53 stud seats  built 5/8/13020.thumb.JPG.75d142a8ac32869bf365042562a7a822.JPG

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Very clever and original. I like it a lot.  Good job!

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I never saw a custom Henry before , thats wild. Also cutting that thin Revell body must take nerves of steel:)

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On 1/14/2018 at 4:36 PM, SSNJim said:

Very clever and original. I like it a lot.  Good job!

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Ha!   Thats awesome!   I love seeing people change the perception of a cars "type"

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Really an outstanding model. I seriously doubt many builders would go the extra mile to combine two bodies to achieve that longer lower profile. Well done indeed!

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Very nicely done. Always enjoyable seeing a different way of treating a car differently. 

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Very nice build on that Henry, and do you remember what kit those skirts came from, or no?

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