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To do a companion to Tim's unsung hero street rod AMT 34, I thought I'd post my factory stock build.

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Very nice build! 1933 and 1934 are my favourite years for pre-war Fords and though I'm a hot rodder I must admit it looks nice stock, too!

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Great to see a stock build done to this high a degree of detail when you're used to seeing Hot Rods. I love Hot Rods, but seeing what they looked like originally gives you a real appreciation of the original design.  

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I really like that. I've been wanting to do a pre war build, this has inspired me to buy one I think. Excellent work!

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1 hour ago, espo said:

Great to see a stock build done to this high a degree of detail when you're used to seeing Hot Rods. I love Hot Rods, but seeing what they looked like originally gives you a real appreciation of the original design.  

Well said.

That is a nice looking build, in a manner that doesn't get done very often. If a 1:25th scale Bonnie & Clyde happen along, that thing is gone- hope you have secure parking!

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Thanks.  That's why I posted my stock build, to go along with Tim's thread.  I didn't want to hijack his with my build. 

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On 9/7/2020 at 6:11 PM, Classicgas said:

Thanks.  That's why I posted my stock build, to go along with Tim's thread.  I didn't want to hijack his with my build. 

Lee....no worries....always feel free to hijack away anything that I post. 

The showroom stock version of this kit is arguably among the finest pre-WW II Ford model kits ever, and your model does full and complete justice to the AMT-Ertl effort.  And I echo what others have said; I'm a hot rod builder to the core but it is very refreshing to see a "restored" model in scale.  Congrats on a very cool model project!   TIM

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