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vizio93

32 Ford's

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I know that the Revell 32 ford five window was a huge hit in our community so let's see yours. It doesn't matter if it's the five window, three window, sedan, anything. ;)

Heres my sedan :

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Now It's Your Turn !!!

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Yes I dared the unhinkable, combining a A M T chassis , engine with Revell parts ........... Ed Shaver

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Nice job guys, all of these look really good !!! Let's keep it going with some more beautiful builds !!!

Hey Curt, your 32 sedan was part of the inspiration to mine. I'm glad you posted back on here :D

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I know that the Revell 32 ford five window was a huge hit in our community so let's see yours. It doesn't matter if it's the five window, three window, sedan, anything. :D

Heres my sedan :

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Now It's Your Turn !!!

I like it! Great sedan!

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I like it! Great sedan!

Thanks man, I still need to throw some brakes on it and maybe a few other things, but i'll save that for a rainy day :D Thanks again.

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This one is almost as old as the movie. It's built from an original issue AMT kit sometime in the seventies.

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I've posted this one here before. It's from the new kit.

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This one has been seen on here also. It's made from a bunch of leftover parts from various Revell '32 kits.

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And of course, Revell's famous "Orange Crate".

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How about 1/8 scale?

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Nice jobs on those 32's Drew, I like the "orange crate" one alot, and the engine detail on the 1/8th scale looks really good. :rolleyes:

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1/8 scale cars

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I had to take a coupe looks at this one, because I thought it was real !!! Nice job on all of those that you've built man, they look awesome B)

Scott- I love that a nice lookin 32, and the windshield looks perfect. I can't believe you got it for $0.75 !!! ;)

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Here are mine: Revell 3 window coupe w/photoetched grille.

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Revell roadster w/Mustang II front end and hemi engine.

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And my original issue (1963) Monogram Big deuce rebuilt in 2003.

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It's also in my avatar. Can you ever have too many 32 Fords? No!

Sam

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This thread has me searching for a remark in regards to the models posted. WOW! is all I can come up with. :lol:

I'm warming up to the new Revell kit. I've done the AMT 3 window and the AMT 5 window(vert)

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Love the paint on that one, John! Super clean!

Wow. Something I once said wound up in someone's signature quote. Well, I can die happy now because I've left a mark,,,,or, uh,,,maybe a STAIN on society. :mellow:

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Wow their are some awesome 32's on thread, I'm glad to see it still going !!! I guess you can say that the 32' ford is one of the most iconic cars ever. I guess what's so special about the 32', is that even though it's the same car, none of these are the built the same. Different colors, engines, wheels, ride heights. The 32 can be built how you want it and I guess that's how this car became one of the most commonly built models of all time. Can't wait to see some more B)

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