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1927 Ford Model T - AMT #6582

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Between all the silver Corvette I've built last year, I needed a "quick" built inbetween. So I grabbed the old AMT-kit out of my shelf and got it on the wheels.

Nothing special. Straight out of the box. Painted with Revell email Color, protected with 2k clear cote. The licens plates are self made. I like those veterans :)

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Thank you for the information. I don't know what the problem was. Put in the links again.

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Great looking T.  Well done.

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Really nice job!  I always like to see these older cars being built.

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Very clean and accurate build. I never tire of seeing stock built Ford model T's. The addition of wooden trim parts and correctly oriented headlight lenses are great touches.

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Thank you very much for your comments! I Always try to orient the headlight lenses. On this car I could ahve done some wiring. The engine screens for Details. But I wasn't in the mood and it is a "kit for in between my Project to see something different". I like it anyway. This old piece of metal :)

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Great job, that's one nice looking "T".

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I have a 1:1 version of this so seeing one built up always warms my spirit.  Nicely done overall!

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You can never have enough Stock Model T's. This one is superb.

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This is nice to read :) I like them stock. A dozend of years ago, i was fascinated by hot rods. Today I'm going on stock mostly. When the day comes for a resoration of some old kits, I'll probably built a hot rod again. I have some ideas in stock ;)

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