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FordRodnKustom

'34 Ford Coupe

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A quick snap tite build...a great slump buster. Went Trad with it.

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I custom mixed the color and blew it on with my old Paasche

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Not perfect but to a little better than this suggestion, at least to me anyway, LOL

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Comments always welcome! ;)

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I like it. I have seen some very nice models built with that kit. I may need to get one.

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4 minutes ago, cobraman said:

I like it. I have seen some very nice models built with that kit. I may need to get one.

Thanks. Highly recommended!

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Great looking build. Looks like it just came from the pages of Street Rodder. 

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Very cool!  I especially like the taillights.

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21 minutes ago, bbowser said:

Very cool!  I especially like the taillights.

Thanks. I cobbled them together from these old parts...

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VERY NICE, LOVE THE COLOR

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Great looking traditional 34 Coupe !   The period correct look and the color make this build stand out ,  nicely done ! :D

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Awesome looking rod Ron

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Beautiful old rod.  Where did you get those beautiful wheels and tires?

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   Very kool Ron!  

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very clean......like it a lot

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Looks great!

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Great treatment of a fine kit. Very cool color.

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Thank you all! I appreciate all your good words about this build. It was a lot of fun. Highly recommended. Wish I had a few more in the stash! B)

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On 2/11/2019 at 6:33 AM, TarheelRick said:

Beautiful old rod.  Where did you get those beautiful wheels and tires?

Thanks Rick. The wheels are from the AMT '36 Ford, the rear slicks are the vintage pie crusts from one of the original AMT Trophy Series kits. Not sure about the front tires...from the parts box.

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Very sharp traditional hot rod. I agree that both the fendered and non-fendered versions of this kit can produce great looking and distinctive curbside models with a nice paint job and some different wheels.

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3 hours ago, Phildaupho said:

Very sharp traditional hot rod. I agree that both the fendered and non-fendered versions of this kit can produce great looking and distinctive curbside models with a nice paint job and some different wheels.

I agree Phil. Here's another quick build I did while traveling with minimal resources.

Started out with this issue of the same basic kit...

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Ended up here with it..

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Really cool hot rod build!

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Lovin' it.  Great color....and excellent choice for your wheels, too......Congrats,.....TIM

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Good looking 34. Thanks for putting pictures of the tail lights.

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