Fenderless Duece lowboy

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Had a lot of fun building this 32. Lots of inspiration from years of drooling over hot rods, ol' school style. Wood floor, trunk tank, Buick style trim, and a few other details to give it "that" look. Thanks for looking.

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That may be a model but it sure looks like the real thing. WOW

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Wow outstanding job looks killer .

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Is this a 1/8th scale?

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heres your two other photos, hopefully, this first link acts like its broken:

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Awesome build. I'd sure like to see more hot rods and street rods being built.

This had to be 1/8 scale. The wear marks along the trunk and radiator shell are too much. Excellent job. If the engine had some dirt and oil on it, I'd swear it was a real car.

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Wow ! That is very nice. Earlier poster is right, it does look real.

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Awesome build. I'd sure like to see more hot rods and street rods being built.

This had to be 1/8 scale. The wear marks along the trunk and radiator shell are too much. Excellent job. If the engine had some dirt and oil on it, I'd swear it was a real car.

In answer to this and an earlier post : this is the Monogram "Big Duece" 1/8 scale, the latest repop version. Does anyone remember what these originally cost back in the day ?

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Great job and some nice details. I like the tuck & roll under the dash.

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looks great!!!! like to see it at heartland next weekend

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Is it painted with red oxide primer or is there paint like that'?

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Nice! I like the flooring

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I've never seen side trim in a Duce before, interesting. Great build.

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very nice work Jon, detail is awesome!!

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Beautimus and kewl.

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Wheres the keys? Looks like a 1:1 Great build.

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