41 Zephyr Hardtop

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As the weather this weekend has meant I can't do any spraying I've made a start on this one. It's the Monogram 41 Lincoln convertible with the roof from a Revell 48 Ford Coupe and the trunk from a Revell 40 Ford added. Still a bit of putty work to do but hopefully you can see the general direction it's heading.

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Thanks for looking

Andy

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Thats sooo slippery!

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Nice...

I'm a little surprised we have no kit of the Zephyr.

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now that looks great!

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very cool.

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This is going to be nice! I love Zephyr's!

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Lookin' good !

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Slick lines, nice proportions.

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great looking start, do you have any more pictures..?

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So far so good! B)

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BEAUTIFUL car!!! I had to watch one just rust to peices because an older gentleman refused to sell it. When he finally passed, it took his family about 10 years to settle his estate, an by that time it was just too far gone, as it sat outside his shop in southwest Detroit for easy 50 years.One day I drove by and EVERYTHING was gone, building ,car, dog, everything. It was a BEAUTIFULY designed car though!

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Oh an since I liked it so much, and YOURS is the 1st Zepher I've seen attempted in 24th/25th scale, i will be watching this one!!!!

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Ok Andy, I'm pickin myself up off the floor now!!!!!!! That is spot the heck on!!!!!!!!!!!

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Led sleds are always too cool. This one is no exception.

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Wow! Just wow! That thing is just killer and looks nasty laid out. I'll be watching this one for sure.

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Wow... that's really pretty. The proportions are spot- on and the roofline is gorgeous. Can' t wait to see what's next!

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Well it has all been said.....Very Nice to see what your idea's are....Keep up the good Work..

Cheers...Don aka XJ6

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look like a sweet project please keep updating pics

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Love it. ill be watching this build for sure. great work so far

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Thanks for the interest guys - much appreciated.I had hoped to get some primer on this weekend but we've had snow & below zero temperatures here since Friday so I haven't made any real progress except some more sanding of the body. John, here's some pictures from a couple of different angles

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Thanks for looking

Andy

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Long, low and mean!!!!! Awesome look!!!!

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awesome. simply awesome. The side profile is spot on!

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