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1953 Studebaker post sedan

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Just finished up my post sedan. This is a resin body and hood from Drag City Casting. He sells it as a 54 Post sedan but, I converted it back to 53. HOK Brandywine with PPG clear. Wheels and tires are Revell 32 Ford Roadster. This is a curbside so no motor. Stock inter. with a 56 Chevy steering wheel. Thats it. Ready for NNL East ENJOY!

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Beautiful Irvin, just beautiful!

Got any pics under the hood or beneath? Or is this a curbside?

At any rate, very nice build.

:D

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Thanks! it's a curbside only

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One of the best looking American cars! It was so "ahead of its time" style-wise...it still looks fresh today. Nice model!

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Love them Studes! That teardrop on the hood really gives it an 'I'm gonna stomp you into the dirt when the light turns green' attitude.

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Very nice Irv! Love the color!

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I have never been a big fan of the studs but of your builds WOW!!!!! Beautiful work and paint job.........Can't wait to see it in Parssippany :wink:

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Yup.....Main Street at tha NNL is gonna be like that movie....."The Quick and tha Dead." :wink:

:twisted: Zeb

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Very nice!!!!

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Looks great!!

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I almost forgot about that one. I know you started that one a while back. Very cool. Beautiful paint, as always.

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