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My take on an old Ford Speedster, converted from the AMT 1925 Ford Model T kit.

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That's cool! Great job!  Looks like it's ready for TROG!

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That looks awesome.  Very cool.

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Well done! I like how the (very plain) seats from the T kit have been jazzed up with careful painting...they looks so much better than I'd imagined they ever could!

And employing the air cleaners from the V8 version as dust caps on the wheels is clever, too.  Overall, this is a very sharp little model!

 

 

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I like this a lot. Have wanted to do one of these for a longtime but you beat me to it. Well done.

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