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JollySipper

'37 Ford mild custom

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Not 100% complete (tail lights and front bumperettes still needed) but I caught the weather just right to take some outside shots.....

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There is a build thread for those interested....... I want to thank Bill, Paul, and Carl for helping with this one.......

Please feel free to comment, Thanks! 

 

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It sits just right and looks great with those wheels and tires ,  beautiful work !

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That came out really nice. Hopefully when it's done you can get some outside shots in the sun because I love the paint color as seen in your build thread. I've has a similar "stock suspension" 37 coupe on my brain for awhile using an old Tims Resin Rods chopped body. Now, thanks to your build thread, I have ideas on how to achieve that traditional suspension setup.

Clean build, well done!

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19 minutes ago, Chuck Most said:

Nice! Are those Moebius Chrysler wheels?

Yep! Those are the ones............ Thanks!

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i really like this,  real clean looker,  white and the wheels are cherry on the bottom.  very nice

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Thanks, Gentlemen! I never mentioned, but the decals are from the latest release of the Lindberg '37 convertible custom thingy...........

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Beautiful looking build. To think that at one time the '37's were referred to as "The Ugly Duckling"  This shows just how wrong they were.

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On 22 February 2018 at 10:30 PM, JollySipper said:

Thanks, fellas! I put a little extra effort into this one.... :)

And it shows! Very nice example. Looks just right.

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