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RickArt

32 Ford A/SR - FINISHED

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15 hours ago, RickArt said:

Problem fixed! Now we can all sleep well tonight.

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/Rick

Disaster averted  :lol:

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Hi Rickard, this is some great modeling. I missed it originally somehow, but got all caught up today and it's a fantastic build. Nice job!

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6 hours ago, modelfink said:

Disaster averted  :lol:

:lol::lol:

I knew about the fenders, but I didn´t want to put such small ugly fenders on this one. I also knew that an A/SR must have a passenger seat...but the disc brakes....hmm:huh:. Anyway, I will not rebuiltd that front suspention...trust me:lol:

It´s a model...and I had a lot of fun building it. 

Thank u guys for all comments, I´m glad you like it!!! Thanks!!!

/ Rick

 

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3 hours ago, RickArt said:

:lol::lol:

I knew about the fenders, but I didn´t want to put such small ugly fenders on this one.

 

I agree with you about the fenders looking ugly on SRs, which is why I've never built one and probably never will. Altereds, on the other hand, spin my windmill. Take the headlights off yours and it's a pretty decent Altered. B)

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Rickard this build looks awesome. The detail and how you achieved it is great. I am inspired and looking forward to more of your work.

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It came out very nice Rickard, a killer build.

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I've watched Rik build these highly detailed models for years now.  I'm really glad to watch him do an old school drag car.  I hope the Tudor above is his next project.  Altered cars are so much fun.

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