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29 Ford ratrod with a twist

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Really like the rust and patina detail. Did you use the salt trick? What method did you use if not that.

 

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Wow! I love the pattern on the inside of the doors, mind sharing how that was achieved? Love this entire build, what a cool car just in concept itself, let alone such a well produced model of it! Very nice job I'd say the 10 year span was worth the wait!

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19 hours ago, Jantrix said:

Just the color really. Very unusual.

I wanted to try something new. I used red textured paint from Zero paints.

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19 hours ago, Claude Thibodeau said:

The front blower set-up looks similar to the alternate version in the re-issue of the Cosmic Charger kit from a couple of years ago, barring the intahe horns... But I guess it is a modified  Parts Pack refugee?

It's a parts bin creation. I made the pipes. Blower is obviously modified. Intakes are Allison V12 exhaust headers.

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16 hours ago, Snake45 said:

So this is a dragster and not a street car, then? 

More like a show car. Could be used in drag strip of course.

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15 hours ago, gbtr6 said:

Really like the rust and patina detail. Did you use the salt trick? What method did you use if not that.

I used hairspray technique. It has 4 layers of paint. Rust, grey, green and blue. Every layer has hairspray between them. After that, some oil paints on top.

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7 hours ago, carchub said:

Wow! I love the pattern on the inside of the doors, mind sharing how that was achieved?

That's a sticker believe or not. You could find them at craft stores probably. They are post card sized and have Kodak marking at the back.

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On 2/13/2020 at 1:28 AM, Jurva said:

That's a sticker believe or not. You could find them at craft stores probably. They are post card sized and have Kodak marking at the back.

Oh right on, that makes it easy! Thank you

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