'50 Ford

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Built OOB, only change was to rear suspension to level the car and rear plate mounted on the bumper instead of the trunk lid. Tamiya maroon and some BMF. Nice kit to build. 052.jpg051.jpg

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Looks great. How about a photo of interior and engine bay ?

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Great model! I like it a lot. Nice and clean, great color.

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Very sharp build, Nice color and foil....

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Great looking little car. Man, I've just got to try something stock for a change. Nice clean fun-looking build.

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Yes that does build up nice OOB!!! Now I know which direction to go on mine, thanks. I love the color on it also, nice job Lenny. :)

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I have that one to build too. Love your color choice .. Very classy!

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OK...... this is a REALLY NICE build..... Box stock.... and CLEARY a classic result.... keep up the good work!!!!

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Very nice.

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Nice looking model and a very clean build. Good job.

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Clean and nice Ford! I like the colors. Good work!

Sam

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Such a nice, clean build. I like it.

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Oooops... forgot to say how much I like the basic Tamiya Maroon rattle can color..... great stuff right out of the can.... this build proves it!!!

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Very nice!

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Nice!

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that's a beauty

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Nice results and a very tasteful color scheme.

The blackwalls are a little different, they work well on that car.

Charlie Larkin

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Nice ride! Great color, too. Maroon looks right on that era automobile.

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nice color, great build!!

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Nice clean build. What colour did you use for the interior?

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Love it

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Thanks guys, been building for 55 years and just getting the hang of it, but now my hands get shaky and my vision is blurry. Oh well lifes tough. Usually build the large cars (KW, Pete's, A-car's etc.) but once in a while I'll build a car. Hey Vaughn, the interior is painted with Poly S #F414278 depot buff, paint dries flat but I hit it with Turtle wax express shine spray wax to give it a look of vinyl or leather.

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