32 Ford A/SR

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Hi all,

I started this project 2 years ago. There was a lot of scratchbuilding and new thinking of construct a correct in scale super detailed frame. Because the front axle are exposed and very visible on a car without fenders, I put a little bit extra attention to the detail.

I just dump some pics. and hope the insperation will return one day.

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Bild6981.jpg

framaxelAlclad.jpg

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Hairpins.jpg

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Ram1.jpg

Ram2.jpg

Mockuprambakaxel.jpg

Framaxel2.jpg

framaxel1.jpg

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Very Good Job with the frame! I'd really like to see more, your work is superb. B)

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Rick.......beautiful work.

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This is some pretty extreme work, hope you can see it through to the end. I love to see these kind of builds, way beyond where I will ever go. How long would it take to finish something like this? I will be watching for updates, thanks for sharing.

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There are a handful of extremely gifted builders on this forum and you're one of them, Rick. I always love seeing your work. You are so meticulous in every aspect of your builds. This one is no exception. I truly appreciate everything about it. Hand fabbing and casting your own spindle-mounting plates is a great touch. The color of the chassis and running gear is a standout.

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Outstanding building.

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Very nice work .. and great finishes there!

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DANNNNNNNNNNGGGGG!!!! That is just some superbly clean and precise modeling!

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Oh...and yes...I'd like to see your inspiration return for this also!

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Outstanding work.

You are indeed very talented.

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Wow ! What fine work. Finish this one.............please.

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Great work!

Can't wait to see the rest!

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AMAZING-BEAUTIFUL!

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Stunningly accurate, very beautiful work. And truly inspiring.

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Very cool. I have seen the Revell deuce built a lot of ways but I don't think I've seen a gasser/altered yet. Bring it on!

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Outstanding work, so precise....

Bob

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Time for a small update.

Hope you like... :)

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/ Rick

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Wicked stuff Rick!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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What he said !

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First mockup...

mockup1.jpg

mockup2.jpg

/ Rick

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Beautiful. Excellent. Like Mr Sumner said, precise. I think I'll ship my current project to you so it will look right. Kan inte vanta pa att se mer.

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This is so amazing and precise. You've raised the benchmark quite a few notches.

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Just a small update...

This front friction shock was scratchbuilt from some PE parts, stainless tubing and a aluminum rod.

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/ Rick

Edited by RickArt

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