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41 Ford Woody Surf Wagon

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Here is my version of a surf wagon painted with Tamiya acrylics. The kit is an AMT and went together without much fuss.

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Clean and sharp build..

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Wow nice ,clean job, I like it better than my own! :lol: Nice job on the rack and the surf boards too.

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Beautiful model Ken. Great job.

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That is REALLY nice! Very clean build. I like the color. I used a similar color on a 57 Ford a while ago. Great work!

Sam

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Hang ten! Clean build...

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Very nice. What colors did you us on the woodgrain, and what was your technique? Also, what is the intake on the engine?

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Great build!

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Very nice. What colors did you us on the woodgrain, and what was your technique? Also, what is the intake on the engine?

Thanks for the kind words. As for the colours used on the woodgrain, the lighter shade is Tamiya Wooden Deck Tan (xf-78), while the recessed portion is done in Tamiya NATO Brown (xf-68). Both colours were then given an overcoat of Tamiya Clear Orange (x-26).

The technique I used was I painted the lighter colour, then masked that with Bare Metal Foil before applying the darker brown to the recessed. Effectively 2 hours of masking and 5 minutes of airbrushing.

Again, thank you for the kind words everyone.

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Dude this is competition grade as I always tell you. Complete work of art. Cheers !!!!

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Beautiful Ken !! The paint is subtle and scale appearing .

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Ken......nicely done all they way around......congrat`s.

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surfs up nice build

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