faded 41 finally

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Well I lit a fire under my butt and got 'er done except for one thing because then it would be d.....ne. do you see it?P1040807-vi.jpgP1040814-vi.jpgP1040818-vi.jpgP1040808-vi.jpgP1040829-vi.jpg

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Awesome! Looks great

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Nice!

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eyebrow above right headlight,,,but real nice build,,,,couldnt decide weather to put them on or not,,,huh???

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Really neat. Very deco. Very speedy. Put fins on it and it would like a vintage comic batmobile

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Thanks.The eyebrows are from false fingernails and one got screwed up so I'm doing another.

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sharp i like the side panels

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What did you use to start the fire? I need some. It looks cool!!!

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Lovely little Plymouth.

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Nice build. SHINY :) :) :)

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Now that works! Are those modified pontoons from the '48 Ford? I get a lot of ideas just looking at this build which I really shouldn't with all of the projects I already have. Nice work Bob!

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Really sharp build, very nice work....

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Roger, The fades are built up with styrene and bondo. The raised wheel well accents are 010" sheet styrene and the speed lines are 030". All the modifications are documented on my Fokti site. http://public.fotki.com/bobmaloy/models/1941-plymouth/

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Nice Plymounth!

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