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And the hits just keep on comin'!!!! Great stuff from everyone across the last few days and 2 pages!!!!

I'm plugging away on rebuilding my Photobucket links and it's painfully apparent that ebormous damage has been done to to this epic thread. Some of my favorite Deuces by the many gifted modelers who have graced these pages are now M.I.A. :(:angry:

As I plug away at my missing images I've noticed I skipped a Deuce I finished earlier this year. It's a mid-west style dirt track jalopy based on a Hendrix resin Fordor body:

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Pink one was part of a group build for nnl one year, breast cancer awareness theme, second one is a recent completion.

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Time to simultaneously revive this great thread and update it with my most recent Deuces:

'32 Ford Tudor Highboy

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Barn Find Deuce 3-widow Dry Lakes Racer

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On 5/28/2017 at 8:49 AM, David G. said:

OK, here's mine!

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David G.

WOW!! At last a proper '32 Ford!!

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3 hours ago, Lovefordgalaxie said:

WOW!! At last a proper '32 Ford!!

Thanks Túlio, I'm glad you like it!

David G.

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I missed this thread the first time around and being the promoter for Deuce Days in Scale which will hopefully take place again in Victoria BC Canada in July 2019 I am posting my Deuce builds in somewhat chronological order

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Phil Dauphinee, Lots of great Deuces.

love the orange Vicky with the opening hood.

David G.

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I wish I had looked at this thread before I built my pair of AMT '32s. There's so much great inspiration here that I feel very humble. These are intended to represent period rods from the time (1959-1960) when the Trophy Series kits were first coming out.

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1 hour ago, mr moto said:

I wish I had looked at this thread before I built my pair of AMT '32s. There's so much great inspiration here that I feel very humble. These are intended to represent period rods from the time (1959-1960) when the Trophy Series kits were first coming out.

Manuel -  Both very nostalgic with fabulous paint jobs.

 

 

 

 

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Just finished, AMT Pheaton body converted to 2 door with Revell Speedwagon frame and modified interior. A real pain due to the body being a good bit shallower than everything else.

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Well...

I'm thrilled at how this thread is alive and kickin' again, with so many terrific additions that soon it shall have recovered from the Photobucket debacle.

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On 1/19/2018 at 9:44 AM, Phildaupho said:

I missed this thread the first time around and being the promoter for Deuce Days in Scale which will hopefully take place again in Victoria BC Canada in July 2019 I am posting my Deuce builds in somewhat chronological order

Great to see La Collection D'Aupho all in one place. There hardly a genre Deuce hot rod that you haven't modeled. and modeled well! Bravo! Sorry I missed Deuce Days the last time. As a fellow Deuce-oholic I hope to make it next time!

On 1/20/2018 at 5:01 PM, mr moto said:

I wish I had looked at this thread before I built my pair of AMT '32s. There's so much great inspiration here that I feel very humble. These are intended to represent period rods from the time (1959-1960) when the Trophy Series kits were first coming out.

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AMT Deuces have a unique character all their own. It's so easy to fault them for their myriad flaws in detail and accuracy, and yet few models capture the essence of 50 's-early 60's rodding as well as a properly done period AMT Deuce, and these 2 are as good as it gets!

 

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12 hours ago, crossfire 2004 said:

Just finished, AMT Pheaton body converted to 2 door with Revell Speedwagon frame and modified interior. A real pain due to the body being a good bit shallower than everything else.

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Superb cross-breeding of the best of the AMT and Revell contributions to the Deuces-in-scale tradition. So elegant!

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Deuces wild? Wow lots of nice Deuces posted guys, here's a couple/few more.......................

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One more for the bucket. I didn't need much of the original kit!

Brian

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Built this car last year. Unfortunately, I channelled the body little further than I did the grill shell, so I doesn't look quite right. 

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Built this sedan a couple weeks ago, only spent four days on it. Proposed a same kit quick build with a friend in a modelling slump. Builds were to be displayed that weekend at our club meeting. 

Basically all parts came from one of the Revell 32 kit boxes. Lowered it a little bit. This was my fifth Revell 32, but the first time I built one with fenders.

Paint is very generic Testors 1210 Gloss bright blue enamel.

Built alongside the blue car. I made so much progress on it the first of four days, that I started another 32. So, this copper car was built in three days. Its a chopped flintstone 3w that I had put back in a box multiple times cause I wasn't happy with the drivers side window lines. Figured it would be perfect for a quick fun build that couldn't possibly turn out perfect in a three day build. The rest of the build is just kit parts from the Revell 32 boxes with the exception of the distributor wiring and the window glass due to the chopped top. Paint is generic Testors 1251 gloss copper.

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On 1/18/2018 at 4:54 PM, Lovefordgalaxie said:

WOW!! At last a proper '32 Ford!!

Agree!

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Man there is a LOT of nice work here! I must admit the 32 is one of my all time favorites. Here is one I finished a while ago. I am working on others, but I have pics of this one. There are parts from so many different 32's. The body is Monogram mounted on a AMT Phantom Vicky chassis, wheels & tires. 37 Ford tail lights and PT Cruiser seats & door panels.

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Mike

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