Fred Lorenzen 1961 Ford Convertible

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Very cool! l followed along with this & l love the way it turned out! lt's refreshing looking at a real stock car. Nice work. Bart.

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Very nice build, great subject too. Good job all over, paint, details, decals etc. look perfect. I can't say any bad words about this one, you did awesome job.

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Sweet job Mark. No one does convertibles, a lonely footnote in NASCAR history. Great build. Love the seat and the dash, great job on the details.

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Very very nice! Great to see it completed!

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Great build Mark ............. very impressive .............. really shows your skills B) B) B)

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That's AWESOME!!

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Mark,I been following this one from the start (even elsewhere),I am totally suprised for such a blah kit how great this thing turned out,nice attention to detail,still say my favorite is the right front tire inspection door :)

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That's a beauty! Great work.

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I've said it before and I'll say it again, I love the "real" stock cars like this one. Nice to see a convertible racer too. Guys like Fred L., Fireball,Lee Pettty, Jr. J, they could drive anything with a steering wheel. It took guts to fly around Daytona at 140 in shirt sleeves and bias plys.

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Love this build! Great detailing and paintwork! I've been following this project as well; its a great tribute to the time when Nascar race cars weren't covered in sponsorship paint and hundreds of decals!

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Thanks guys. I really appreciate the comments.

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Very nicely done!!

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