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32 Ford A/SR - FINISHED

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Turned out great Rickard.  I enjoyed following the build.

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What a cool build this has been! Can't wait to see what the next 8 years brings! :blink::D

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just..........AMAZING!!!!

 

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Fantastic build.  Love all the details.

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Rickard, this is truly a spectacular piece of work.  My congratulations to you for the scope, execution, and completion of this project.  Best wishes.....TIM  

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Thanks guys :)

Here is some of the parts I cast for this project.

The firewall, frame horns, rear body fenders and steering gear will appear on my next rod...a 32 Tudor with a blown Ardun flatty :)

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Here´s a pic. showing the firewall buildup.

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B&W photo...

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 /Rick

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I've really enjoyed following along on this build and love your execution on many of the challenging parts of this creation. Love everything about it.  Stunning to say the least.

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Incredible detail work and a gorgeous finished roadster !  The B&W photo is really cool ! :D

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Any plans on selling those cast pieces? That firewall and those frame horns could come in handy

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Really terrific. Glad to see her wrapped up.

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Well done sir, well done indeed! Now on to the ProMod Vette!B)

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Beautiful concept and workmanship, but for A/SR, doesn't it need fenders, and a second seat? :wacko:

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Outstanding model - I do not often look at Drag Racing Models but three things caught my eye - '32 Ford, the starting date and the number of posts. I knew it was going to be something special and it definitely is.

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3 hours ago, Snake45 said:

Beautiful concept and workmanship, but for A/SR, doesn't it need fenders, and a second seat? :wacko:

I think this would fit under the Altered class A/A

Nonetheless, it's a stellar build.

 

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Rickard... What an outstanding Build this is. This turned out Killer and Job well done. I am loving it. I can't wait to see what you decide to build next.

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1 hour ago, modelfink said:

I think this would fit under the Altered class A/A

Nonetheless, it's a stellar build.

 

I agree--as it sits, it would be kicked into Altered. But it would only take fenders and seats to fit A/SR. (Many of these things I've seen just used small cycle fenders on the front.)

Tim Boyd's a big fan of the SR class. He might have some ideas/suggestions. 

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Awesome work, as is your style. The finished piece is stellar.

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You are correct, Snake.  Front and rear fenders would have been required along with a passenger seat.  Also, disc brakes would not be  correct, either.  Most ran no brakes on front.

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Great work! Look forward to seeing your next build. 

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Problem fixed! Now we can all sleep well tonight.

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/Rick

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:lol:

Just read thru the wip and man what an awesome build Sir

Beautifully detailed and exceptionally clean...WOW

Cheers

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Front brakes would have been required on a street roadster........altered classes did not have to run front brakes if desired

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That turned out really nice , great job , just need to turn up the power on the production line , so we can see more of your work . :lol:

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