Not so tall T

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Tall T - 6 inch chop. Modelhaus wheels and tires. Roof padding is plastic sheet and half-rounds. Flathead from the new Revell '48 Ford kit.

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Top shelf Lyle..

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great looking T, Lyle...

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As always Lyle great work.

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Very cool looking car. I like the color theme - red, black, white.

Hey, look! Lower radiator hoses!

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NICE...!!! B)

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that's too cool for school- how did you do the top?

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B)

Beautiful Lyle!

Thank You for sharing

Later

Russ

;)

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Nice chop and detail!

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Top Job!! the roof reminds me of a roll and tuck for some reason.

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Outstanding hot rod. SHINY :) :) :) RULES!

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Lyle , put dat on Still Runnin................. Ed Shaver

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A perfect hot rod i really like the roof never seen that done before.

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Very nice looking Hot Rod. B)

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Looks neat. I like the red and white roof with the black.

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great work as always lyle.the colors look great on it.i like the roof padding

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Yeah baby!

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Lyle, another wonderful build. All your models are so different and original. You most definitely have your own style, which really makes your models always stand out. Congratulations on another fine addition to your collection.

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NICE VERY NICE!!!!

Lyle you always turnout winners!

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Very nice I'm going to have to get myself one of theses kits.

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Very stylish! I wouldn't drive it, but nevertheless, pure 1960ies.

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Nice!

B) - [ ]

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That's really cool!

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I really dig your Model T hotrod. Nice and interesting take on this kit. Good job as always.

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