32 ford 5 window

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Have had this one sitting almost done for a while now, decided to get her finished up today. Inspired by a build in a mag from late 09, one of the reasons I picked back up modeling after a long hiatus.

-Revell 32

-Caddy motor out of the revell 49 merc

-rear axle from revell 40 ford

-front tires/wheels from lindberg 53 ford / rear tires from AMT riviera with the 53 whitewall inserts and wheels.

-duplicolor automotive spray for paint.

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very sharp looking 5 window. nicely done Andy

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THIS IS ONE BEAUTIFUL CAR! LOVE THE BLUE-THE DETAIL-THE STANCE-EVERYTHING! Very nice job my freind...

Michaelj...

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Very nice and clean. I like it. If it was mine, though, I'd add a chrome spreader bar in front to finish off the frame.

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Wow that's a beauty! It's got the right look and I love the Merc hubcaps. Nothing like a 5-window '32, I love it!!!! :wub:

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Execllent! Love that color.

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thanks everyone

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Very nice!

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Sweet. The caddy hubs are a different touch..

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I remember seeing this as a project some time ago. It has been worth the wait. Very cool hot rod!

Love the whole selection of parts and the shade of blue you chose is awesome!

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Classy build. Looks great.

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I remember seeing this as a project some time ago. It has been worth the wait. Very cool hot rod!

Love the whole selection of parts and the shade of blue you chose is awesome!

Yeah I realized I started this in october 2010! It was well overdue finishing...

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Never see enough east coast style hot rods in scale. Love it.

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Thats a pretty deep channel. Well done.

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Simple, clean and very nice. I like it.

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Clean and beautiful model. Very cool.

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VERY CLEAN-VERY NICE-EVERYTHING FLOWED TOGETHER VERY WELL-CONGRATS!!!

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Really nice build,great color and detail...

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Love the 2-speed rear - that's a very nice touch.

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A clean & SHINY :) :) :) hot rod.

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Thanks for all the feedback everyone

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Love it!

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Great Car!

Hey did you spray the paint right out of the can?

Or did you decant and airbrush?

It laid down very nicely, I've been wanting to try

Duplicolor myself.

But a very nice car all the way around!!

Steve

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I love this style! Glad you finished it, came out sick!

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Well done!

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