Early A V-8

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AMT's venerable Ford Model A Roadster kit lent most of the parts here, the early style Flatty is a generic AMT motor with heads intake modified. The doors open and theres a wood floor. These cars are really basic, this one even has original style model A mechanical brakes and friction shocks. Thanks for looking.

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Wow that is beautiful.I love your attention to detail.

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Yes, it's very nice.

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Nice Vintage looking Model A .

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Nice looking model. Love the colors, the details. Nice!

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Is the chassis from Revell Model A kit?

Also, could you post the under side pictures? I was plannin on building something similar, but you nailed it.

Amazing model. I love it.

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Nice!!! Love the door panels and floor.

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Thats cool very original

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Jon, thats a really SWEET rod. A proper hot rod. I love the attention to detail.

Where did those rear tyres come from?

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That's cool! B)

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Excellent detail, really good work. very sharp..

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Is the chassis from Revell Model A kit?

Also, could you post the under side pictures? I was plannin on building something similar, but you nailed it.

Amazing model. I love it.

Here you go....The chassis is AMT

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Jon, thats a really SWEET rod. A proper hot rod. I love the attention to detail.

Where did those rear tyres come from?

These are sectioned drag slicks with saw cut tread.... Thanks

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Thank you for the chassis pictures.

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Nice! Love the detail, the wood floor, mechanical brakes, doors, gauges, wires, hoses, paint, decals, I love it all. What a great job on the old AMT flathead! It appears you had the real 1:1 to look at, great job!

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Very authentic!

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and the tutorial on Model A mechanical brakes will be appearing . . . ?

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Well done, that is how a detailed model should look.

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Very cool.

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Very nice and correct! Thumbs up.

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KKKOOOOOOLLLLLL !!!!!!!

Throw a two speed rear end under it..OH YEA!!!

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Very badass

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Very cool vintage rod! The wood floor is a nice touch.

Sam

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Jon you have done it again .You just keep getting better my friend.

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I really like that!

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