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Chopped / channeled '30 Model A

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Chopped and channeled Model A on the new Revell 5-window kit.

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Reps & Mins now has the louvered trunk lid for the Monogram '30 Model A.

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These are the new headers for hemis and 429 Ford shotgun motors. They come with the left & right headers, separate flanges, separate block-off plates (not shown here) and separate turnouts so you can build them whatever way you want. Norm will have them in Toledo.

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That is One Cool HotRod

paint looks very cool with the flames.

Sweet motor and Headers..

The wheel and tire combo looks Great.

Excellent work.

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That is spot on perfect. very authentic.

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That is a cool ride!!

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Classic American street rod! Color looks awesome and the engine is a masterpiece! License plate is surely street legal!!!

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lyle....very..."CQQL"...neal

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A beautiful classic rod. Perfect! Love the license plate! :D

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Lyle, as usual, this is just "period perfect" I love the blue dot tail lights....nice little touch. The wheels, as with all of your 30's Fords are also perfect. The Hemi with Carb's is also unexpected for this kind of build, but also looks great....beefy but not over done. Nice job.

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Outstanding build of a great Hotrod.

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Gorgeous :(

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Beautiful. Love the flames.

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Thanks for shaing Lyle, when it comes to these rods, nobody is more creative than you man!!! :rolleyes::rolleyes:

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sweet work lyle!!! it looks perfect.

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OK...another one that went straight to "Under Glass"!! (Or did I miss it "On the Bench"??)

GREAT JOB, Lyle!!

Yeah, we're going to be seeing louvered trunks for some time, especially now that Norm is making one to fit the Model A!!

Thanks for sharing,

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Chopped and channeled Model A on the new Revell 5-window kit.

IMG_3747-vi.jpg

IMG_3750-vi.jpg

Reps & Mins now has the louvered trunk lid for the Monogram '30 Model A.

IMG_3744-vi.jpg

These are the new headers for hemis and 429 Ford shotgun motors. They come with the left & right headers, separate flanges, separate block-off plates (not shown here) and separate turnouts so you can build them whatever way you want. Norm will have them in Toledo.

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Does this guy every sleep?

BC

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Does this guy every sleep?

BC

Well, sometimes during our monthly meetings we smack him upside the head, he kinda falls asleep as he is talking to us!!! We thought he was just tired of being the president for so long but we found out that it was just all the time he spends at the bench without any sleep.... :blink::blink:

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Very nice! You did great job with it! :blink:

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Very nice! You did great job with it!  B)
This is a great build!  I nearly freaked out though, because it is a close copy of the cover car on  the latest issue of Street Rodder Magazine.Here's the link to the Rod known as "Downtown Brown".   

http://www.streetrodderweb.com/features/09...e/photo_03.html

 Build More!

Gary

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I sure hope I'll be able to see this one at the meeting tomorrow. Yes I'll be there, unless I die in my sleep tonight!

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