'49 Ford mild custom

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Just finished this one up after it being on and off my bench for years. I built it in what I consider East coast style circa late 50's.

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Looks cool Ron.

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Very cool build Ron I'm diggin' this look. I have one I will be working on this coming winter, and this gives me some inspiration on a direction to go in with it.

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Nice work!!!

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Sweet! Love these period kustoms!!

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Love this kit and what you did with it!

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Nice! Excellent building style on this one, I like these '50's Customs alot. Great paint job and nice wheels and tires-or actually, those look more like Hubcaps for me. :D Excellent build.

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Nice period custom. The spinner wheel covers and wide whites look perfect on it! Good finish, too.

Sam

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Great looking model.... Those "fuzzy dice" are HUGE...!!!

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Kewl!

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nice work

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Awesome job on the 49 Ford,Ron

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Very cool build Ron I'm diggin' this look. I have one I will be working on this coming winter, and this gives me some inspiration on a direction to go in with it.

Glad I could help!

Thanks all! I appreciate all your good words.

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Very nice. I love the interior.

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You captured the look for sure! Nice job.

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