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1924 1/8 dodge "dud"

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check it out on my fotki site. oldcarguy1

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Got a link?

EDIT-Nevermind, found it.

Looks nice :)

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You should post the link here so people can just click on it and go there directly.

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Jacen, that Norton fella...he's a finicky one ain't he. :P Actually, it was a pita for me too until I dl'd Adblock. Now it's great.

Ken, that's some nice work! Would be great to read more specifics about it.

And here's the link, since you guys were too lazy to post it when you were there. haha http://public.fotki.com/oldcarguy1/24-dodge-brothers-1/#media

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Ken, what a great looking build. Lots of imagination showing on this one. I suppose we will be seeing this on the Large Scale table at the Heartland Nationals here in Kansas City in June.

CHEERZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Ken, what a great looking build. Lots of imagination showing on this one. I suppose we will be seeing this on the Large Scale table at the Heartland Nationals here in Kansas City in June.

CHEERZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

thanx,but don't tell anybody about it. i might bring it!!!!

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looks like you figured it out Ken, gald to see you post some pics!! this is the place to share the hobby for sure, the old Dud is looking tough, wish you would have brought it on your last visit! its killing me to see it in person!!

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Hey Ken good to see you here, hope you can make it up here for the four state modelers show this year and hope you bring the Dud as would love to see it in person

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That's some amazing work. Really beautiful.

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This is insane! I love it!

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Very cool looking, would love to see it up close because it has a lot of little details going on. Not keen on the surfboard looking front fenders, but love the surfboard shop motif you have mixed in with the Rat Rod look. Really like the Tiki's inside and outside on the back corners. Are those the tail lights?

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Very cool looking, would love to see it up close because it has a lot of little details going on. Not keen on the surfboard looking front fenders, but love the surfboard shop motif you have mixed in with the Rat Rod look. Really like the Tiki's inside and outside on the back corners. Are those the tail lights?

thanx for looking. the fenders are from a rolls kit the tiki shifter lights up and the other is a working tail and turn signal

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This is insane! I love it!

thanx. i will have fun with this one!!! did you see the 1924 g p s on the pass side floor?

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is the slant 6 the old lindeberg kit??

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is the slant 6 the old lindeberg kit??

thanx for looking. the slant 6 is my own resin casting in 1/8 scale

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this really needs to be seen in person to really appreciate the work & craftsmanship that went into it.

I stared at it for quite a while the 1st time that I saw it.

I still do double takes when I look at pictures of it.

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this really needs to be seen in person to really appreciate the work & craftsmanship that went into it.

I stared at it for quite a while the 1st time that I saw it.

I still do double takes when I look at pictures of it.

I would agree, I can only imagine what it looks like in person. But WOW is all I can say, I spent a bit of time just trying to take in every little detail that this thing has on it, in it and all over it... just amazing the little details it has.

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I would agree, I can only imagine what it looks like in person. But WOW is all I can say, I spent a bit of time just trying to take in every little detail that this thing has on it, in it and all over it... just amazing the little details it has.

Here's a few more of it, if Ken doesn't mind, that I took at a show.

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