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1938 Ford van


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The paint is what draws you in but then you see how nicely assembled the whole car is.  I think the black grille works really well - in chrome it would have little tinselly ( is that a word?) .  I have yet to buildany of the Coddington kits in my stash but this is making me think about it!

Cheers

Alan

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11 hours ago, alan barton said:

The paint is what draws you in but then you see how nicely assembled the whole car is.  I think the black grille works really well - in chrome it would have little tinselly ( is that a word?) .  I have yet to buildany of the Coddington kits in my stash but this is making me think about it!

Cheers

Alan

Hi Alan!

The most interesting component, in my opinion, is the chassis. Details and design are fine as-is, or you can use only the bare frame as a nice base for fat-fendered Fords, and add/scratchbuild your own suspensions. 

CT

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