"Humpty" '36 Ford

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Bob Dudek GAVE me this body at least 3 years ago. We THINK it was from The Good Stuff (out of business). Non-working trunk hinges are photoetch. Latches are bits of shaped plastic. Chromed wheel fitted into the carrier. Kit Pontiac engine used with a 4 barrel manifold and carb. Wheels are fairly new Pegasus chrome reverse on AMT slicks and parts box front tires. White walls are painted. Tamiya military colors, cleared and polished.

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nice 36 Lyle ,clean and simple.

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Very sweet looking ride.

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Very nice, love the color combination.

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That's cool! B)

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That is really sweet!

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Another great build Lyle!!! Very subtle, yet really cool!!!

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Looks great, love the colors!

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VERY NICE LYLE

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Awsume build, nice touch on the wheels...

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Love it! Gotta love them humpbacks. Great Job!

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Awesome car!!

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Beautiful Humpback. I love the less common body styles.

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Very nice! Great colors! I'm building a 37 Ford sedan and I might use a similar scheme. Good work!

Sam

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very nice work lyle!!!

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That is a classy hot rod. nice job

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Thats cool!!! Very, very cool.

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neat build

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Beautiful car Lyle. Great work as usual.

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I'll take the keys to that any day, I like the old beefy 30's cars especially this one, real nice work.

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Very cool, and unusual.

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Very nice Lyle!

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REAL NICE BUILD LYLE!

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I dig '36 Fords ..your trade mark running board chrome strip and mirror made my day.

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Beautiful !!!

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