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Revell '64 T-bolt flat hood


Ken Hart
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I built the T-bolt kit for my nephew to represent his stock cooker Fairlane, and had to slice the hood bubble off and fill the hole with sheet styrene.  It came out great, and he loved it -- and I got to keep the distinctive hood scoop to graft onto the hood of a spare '57 Bird kit.  [It has a Boss 429 I found in my parts box, and custom interior from the later '57 Fairlane kit, but sports a tube axle, primered front clip, and '54 Ford sly blue from the cowl back.  Sort of a millennial street-freak, I guess. ] Anyhow, I think Lei is correct.     Wick

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Issue pictured above, and any after that (there is at least one other) have more parts than the early issues.  Among those parts is the flat hood, a lower profile intake setup, and a set of hubcaps.  Still nowhere near 100% stock, but closer.

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