Low Tide

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Other than a decal for the rear plate, she's done.

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Some close ups.

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Nice

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Thats what I call one real beach wagon..... "BRA"

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OUTSTANDING

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Very nice

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Thanks for the great pictures. There is alot of model to look at. The more I look, the more I like. Good job with the many details.

Is there many aftermarket parts on it or are they mostly modified kit parts and scratchbuilt ones?

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That turned out very cool.

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Sweet build, awsume detail..

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Awesome build! That is definately a unique custom, I like it a lot.

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Surf's up. Really nice model.

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Nice lookin' "Woody" David! Very Cool!

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That. Is. Awesome. And I typically *hate* Woody's

Someone needs to build this in 1:1. Perfect proportions, perfect interior. Engine has the perfect amount of screwball factor, perfect stance... it's perfect!

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That is really cool !! Lots of detailing everywhere especially underneath . And it looks great all opened up ! Nice job .

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Lots of work and well worth it. Very cool model.

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Stunning amount of work but the results paid off. Way to persevere.

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Wow, that is just so cool. It looks right in every way.

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very interesting-cool

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Simply beautiful! Great job. I followed along with the build and have enjoyed the whole process as well.

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This turned out fantastic. After that little shortening-operation, it sure looks like Morris Delivery or something, which is not a bad thing. And the amount of scratchbuilt parts on this one, is absolutely incredible, I also like to see when all doors, tailgate, hood etc are opening like that. And they can be closed cleanly, too. You did amazing job with this one.

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It was literally a pleasure watching you build this ! I started my '41 Plymouth about 2-3 days before this & eventually stopped to get tips & ideas from you. This is SO over the edge, off the chain, sick, or whatever the latest lingo is ! This may be my favorite model l've ever seen ! Maybe you have to be a woodie fan to say that, but you have set the bar high for all us woodie lovers. Thank you VERY much for sharing !

Bart

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Nice.

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this turned out great David, very nice work

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Very cool

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Thank you all for the compliments.

Thanks for the great pictures. There is alot of model to look at. The more I look, the more I like. Good job with the many details.

Is there many aftermarket parts on it or are they mostly modified kit parts and scratchbuilt ones?

I think the only aftermarket piece on this is the steering wheel, the rest is either from other kits or scratchbuilt.
Here's the link to the build.

http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=64504&hl=

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