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blazefox

Model t, Model A, retro rod build

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well though it's small it's a big update for me! got the paint on the body...it's not perfect but I'm happy. also sprayed the valve covers

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at any rate maybe i can get some more stuff done tomorrow

edit: couldn't go to sleep without a good mockup shot

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yea once i finish a few models I'll be scratch building a fifth wheel trailer along with the dually to haul them all ;)

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after some heated research and a simple decision i won't be using the blown V8 but rather the carbed version as the blower just doesn't fit right...but maybe some progress in a bit and i think the car setup will look better

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plug wires and painted carbs...wasn't happy with the height of the magneto so i shortened it a lot

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Nice,thats,the,kit,im useing well chop top

It looks to be a great kit from what I seen looking through it. I haven't gotten started yet-life jumped up and stomped those 96 hour build plans,and then I just sorta haven't had desire to sit at the bench of late...I'll get on it though,this thread's inspiring me!

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Guess,what. I found my 1/25 scale nhra,dragster the blown hemi is going int my next project hopefully. Also found my f 100 1953 single peace hood and chassis and more parts.

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Apart from it needing a good dusting, I'm pretty much done. I wanted a minimalist look to it. Headlights stuff up the look I want, so it isn't getting any.

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Just,a,qick question wats the best,way,to,strip paint from plastic,i found my old paint bomb of a 53 ford pickup and,howmuch would,it cost

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Just,a,qick question wats the best,way,to,strip paint from plastic,i found my old paint bomb of a 53 ford pickup and,howmuch would,it cost

( Just search paint stripper in the forum and you will get an idea of what to use. )

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