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1932 Phantom Vicky


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This is the AMT Phantom Vicky kitbashed with the Revell 1932 Ford.

I used the front suspension, engine, wheels/tyres and fenders from the Revell kit. The headers had to be 'sectioned' to meet the aluminium exhaust that runs through the chassis to the AMT mufflers.

I also threw an MCG photoetch grill into the mix, and topped it off with Tamiya Light Gunmetal and Nato Black/primer for the interior. The top doesn't appeal to me on the fenderless version (sorry Jairus) but I think it complements the fenders' flowing curves really well. Thanks for looking.





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This is the best Phantom Vicky I've ever seen, absolutely brilliant! Love the gun metal paint and all of the gray and black tones you used to contrast it, they all work perfect. I also think the top looks goofy on the fender-less version but it looks awesome with fenders.

Again, awesome work!

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