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Herb Thomas 1954 Hudson Hornet

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Great model Mark!  I really enjoy seeing your work and choice of subjects.

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I love seeing these old stock cars built, it's something different for a change. Nice work!

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18 minutes ago, mmdm4 said:

I love seeing these old stock cars built, it's something different for a change. Nice work!

Thanks, Mark.

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I believe this is the first time I've seen a model of this car.  I really like it.  You did such a nice job on it.  Great work!

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Thank you for the additional link. This answers one question I had about the decals. I like the clean look. The Hudson is a fine car (and model kit) anyway. So I'm happy to see another different race look.

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Your welcome, Christian. It was hard to find many 54 Hudsons that were campaigned back then in Nascar. The only other one I found driven by Frank Mundy did not show up at all in "racing reference". I think it was driven in 1955 because it actually had a roll bar in it.

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Man, That is a SWEET build!  Makes me want to build one.

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43 minutes ago, alexis said:

Man, That is a SWEET build!  Makes me want to build one.

Thanks, Alan. This is a well engineered kit. You will enjoy building anything from it. Everything fits just right, although I did have a little trouble with the glass.

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