pirate rod finished

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here is the end result of my pirate rod. it is not as low as what i wanted it to be in the first place but i ran into trouble with parts breaking on me, and the frame is a little uneven because when i had the wheels on there one of them broke off so i had to do some jerry riggin to fix. this is the first model that i ever modified in anyway, not to shabby for the first one if you ask me ive looked at my older model that i have done and you can tell that im improving a little but all in good time hope you like..

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KEWL! B)

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I dig it. It has a fresh off the salt flats look.

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Arrrrr, that be looking good.

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Yes, it looks perfect. LONG LIVE RUSTY!

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Great weathering. Love it.

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Great finish! Very nicely built.

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Nice.

B)

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Awesome Car! B)

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Turned out great. I dig the crusty-ness of it!

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Love the look of that

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Excellent weathering..

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really, really cool!

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Cool!!

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I'm certainly not a rusty, crusty builder, but the weathering you did looks superb.

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Thanks for all the compliments sure make you feel good with all the work you put into a model

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Looks good .

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great car

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Oh man this is sweet! Every lil detail is on the money with this build. Down to the worn whitewalls that is a beautiful build.

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Man, that thing is certainly crusty! It looks really good, the weathering is great... but I have to wonder about those "formal" ignition wires that are perfectly straight and have that sharp bend in them... :blink:

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This looks so right - great build.

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Love it!

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