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'32 Ford Sedan completed!

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That's beautiful! I really like the way you did the grill and trim ring. You must have a steady hand to be able to paint the Ford in the F 100 caps so nice. As always an outstanding build.

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This is really great looking build! I like the color on it, and paintjob is very nice. I like the engine too, but maybe I'd change those valve covers. They have bit too much race look for this style Hot Rod, I think... But it's of course the best how builder likes it. But very nice Hot Rod all over, keep these great models coming. B)

Edited by W-409

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Cruz, that looks great, buddy. Another wonderful addition to your collection. Thanks for sharing the eye candy, amigo.

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SWEET!!!!

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Love the color combo of both body and wheels. Great job! What brand/color of paint did you use?

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Cool!!!!!

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Thanks guys. Niko, when I purchased the RMco.MD 8 stromberg resin fuel log from Norm Veber, I didn't purchase it with the additional vintage valve cover that comes in his other kit, I agree with you that another set of valve covers would have looked better in there.

Ron, the color I used was Testor's enamel flat light blue but I did put in a few extra drops of white to lighten it up more. After this, I wetsanded the paint and finished off with Testor's One Coat Lacquer Clear.

Jim, the trick to painting those hub cap logos is just to dip some paint into the lettering and lightly wetting a piece of cloth with some mineral spirits to take off the excess paint.

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Excellent! Color looks amazing on it and the engine looks superb!

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Very nice! B)

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Nicely done!

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Very cool, nice shade of blue B)

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Gorgeous build and it's SHINY. :) :) :)

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Stunning build. Paint, engine wheels, stance and details all are perfect.

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Awesome deuce Looks perfect. I usually don't like a highboy but this one looks right

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Classic...The trad look never gets old with me especially when executed this well.

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Its those sweet airhorns.....PERFECT!!!!!

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Edited by MIKE THE MANIAC

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Great job!

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Over all a terriffic build!

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I like this very much, Marcos. Great job!

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Wow very cool!! I like the color and the shift knob is great.

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Absolutely beautiful! Great Job

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Supernice!!

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