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1940 Ford Hot Rod by Danbury Mint. I like this one. It looks like they used their existing 1940 Ford coupe dies and modified them just enough for that Hot Rod flair. Those yellow flames are blinding. The rest of the car is a deep dark metallic blue that only needed a good polish to bring it back to life. I really like this car.

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 I have one more car I can post. The Danbury Mint 1932 Ford Highboy. If things go well and I have time, I'll drop that tomorrow.

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I am impressed.  I don't think of FM doing hot rods very often but they nailed this one.  Especially the engine bay and flames.  Thanks for sharing.

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56 minutes ago, Gramps46 said:

I am impressed.  I don't think of FM doing hot rods very often but they nailed this one.  Especially the engine bay and flames.  Thanks for sharing.

Sorry, it's not Franklin Mint. It is Danbury Mint based on their 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe.

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28 minutes ago, THarrison351 said:

Sorry, it's not Franklin Mint. It is Danbury Mint based on their 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe.

My bad.  I will try and pay more attention. It was early and the coffee had not kicked in yet. 🥺

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