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Grandpa's Cobra

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AMTs '25 T kits are a great source of bits for any hot rod builder. After the T5000 & 25 T I looked in the box at the bits that were left & saw this thing (in bits of course) Everything I have ever done was low & wide so this was a real laugh to do.

Thanks for looking, finished posting for now, going back to building.

Brian

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That's cool ! Looks like one of Henry's first race cars !

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There a few funny lookin lil race cars like that at the Henry Ford Museum/Greenfeild Village in Dearborn. They have a GREAT collection antique race cars.

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Very cool...

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Nice work.

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Very cool, nothing wrong with a build to have fun and blow off steam. ( no pun intended, although i know this isn't old enough for steam-engine lol)

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cool concept

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Ha ha - Grandpa Shelby! Nice work! :)

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Those are NOT Halibrand wheels. :angry:

Great idea--great job. :lol:

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Nicely done! :)

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Nice work Brian. I am always amazed at what you can build from a bag of spare bits.

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There a few funny lookin lil race cars like that at the Henry Ford Museum/Greenfeild Village in Dearborn. They have a GREAT collection antique race cars.

i went there this year it was sweet i got to see trucks being built and a gt40 and 1962 mustang concept.

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Awesome! Great idea for all the stock parts in this kit that nobody uses.

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This is seriously cool...... great work!!!

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