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AMT '40 Ford

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Needed a break from sports/racing cars.  Dechromed, radiused wheel arches, filled running boards, wheels from the parts box and re-released AMT tyres.  Painted in auto acrylic, clear red over silver.  Tks for looking.

Dave B

 

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Very very nice !  It's simple , clean , and looks perfect , great job ! :D

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Nice clean build! Paint looks beautiful. Do you have any close ups of the interior? It looks like you've done some detailing in there.

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Very clean build--very tasteful and timeless, and your finish is flawless! Well done and model on! B)

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Super classy coupe !  I especially like the opened vent windows ! Nice touch .

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15 hours ago, Modelbuilder Mark said:

Classy, very sharp.

Agreed, very classy

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Looks great, love the paint.

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Paint is gorgeous!! and everything else works perfectly, Love it !!

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12 hours ago, TooOld said:

Very very nice !  It's simple , clean , and looks perfect , great job ! :D

I agree

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Very classy! I love the paint, tires, and general sharp presentation but the real cherry on top is those old-chrome wheels. They're just right!

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4 hours ago, peekay said:

Looks great, love the paint.

Me too.

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Great paint! Love the 60's vibe you've got going on there. What motor did you use?

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Tks guys, appreciate the comments.

Greg, no interior photos, sorry, but yes I did some basic detailing.

Michael, except for the intake manifold and carbies I used the kit flathead.  Painted the heads with a Molotow chrome pen, they are fantastic.

I also substituted the kit glass for some thin clear plastic sheet.

Dave B ☺

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