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'29 Custom Woody

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Here's an AMT '29 customized Woody with cut off fenders, handpainted wood grain on the body and bumper, and a surfboard for flavor. The tiki shifter was handcarved to go with the surf theme. I adapted speed parts from a '31 Woody, added ignition wires and tail lights from my parts box. The headlights were cut apart and relocated. I took out the inside wood panels to give the vehicle an open air feel. Thanks for looking and comments welcome!

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Beautiful workmanship.

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Heh...that's pretty rad.

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Cool and different way to do that one. I love it! :wub:

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I haven't seen one quite like that before. Interesting take on the Woody part - I like it.

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​OMG! The termites must have got her!

Nice build!!

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looks great!! good job!!!

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That my friend is very different. I really like it .

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Very nice job!!

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Great job!

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Interesting and different, very nicely done. Love the flow-through ventilation.

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That's very cool ! I like the open body idea . . . it looks like it really belongs on a beach somewhere !

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Great idea! It looks fantastic.

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Very unique and cool..

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now thats cool and love the shifter , awsome !!!!!!

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Nice job, like the open look. I can just imagine the noises that thing makes, it would be an experience.

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Beach Boys KOOL

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In real life that body would probably collapse without the support of the wood, but hey, it makes one great model! Very cool! And as I said on the Spotlight board, you need a skeleton standing next to it!

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Pretty cool,I imagine the safety in a crash with this would be....well none.

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that is just way "KQQL"....dont forget to get termite insurance.... B)

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I Like it Bill B)

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Very, very kewl! Earliest "Flow-Through Ventilation"!!

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Pretty cool,I imagine the safety in a crash with this would be....well none.

A beech ball air bag would be cool! :lol::lol::lol:

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That is just plain cool! Well done

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Very cool build.

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