The Ignatjew Deuce 5/W.....Dream-Sickle

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WOW!!! It's been awhile since I've posted anything.....anywhere, but here goes. I built this for a friend, and it took awhile, but all's good. Chopped top, mid sixties Show Rod/Show Car styled '32 Ford 5/w coupe. I used a Cadillac engine, but with the engine block, oil pan, and pulley assembly from the new '49 Merc combined with the heads, valley cover pieces, intake manifold, and valve covers from a Roth Outlaw. It's amazing how well they bash with so many years between. Paint is HOK Sunset pearl, and Pure Ice fingernail polish, and the only kit chrome on this build is the wheels, headlights, and door handles, everything else is Alclad, or polished metals.

So, how 'bout some pics? Ok......

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Here's the only pic of the interior...

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OK!!!! This is some seriously nice work my friend!!!! You NAILED this one!!!!

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now thats a hot rod.very nice

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You must have built that in the fridge because it is very cool !! : )

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wow! a real beauty john.

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Great job John. A very, very nice looking Rod.

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That's how a hot rod 32 Ford should look! Excellent work!

Sam

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This might be the best example I've seen of the Revell 5-window to date, IMHO. Love the orange paint and that Cad mill.

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fantastic

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Really gorgeous!

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Stunning!

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super clean build!!!

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nice and classic very nice clean build.

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Very nice!

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Stunningly Beautiful.The feel of the Fifties/Sixties is captured in this creation,Thank you.

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Very VERY nice!

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A real beauty.

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That is a gorgeous 5 Window !!! Great example of what this car should look like , the color and details really set it apart from all the rest . The steering wheel is one thing I noticed . . . very cool .

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Sweet build John B)

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That is a super nice looking '32 five window John! I have a project that I really need to get back to someday. Great work all around!

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Perfect !

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What a great hod rod.

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Really, really cool! Very period-correct look.

One question - what are you using under your Alclad? It looks great.

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You got everything right on your Deuce. Brovo.

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I just noticed this now, i havent trolled the boards lately. John, you have come through ten fold, and for that i give you my deepest thank yous and I am glad you call me a friend, thank you my friend. Jay

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