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1936 MG SA Saloon Scratch build

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It is 99% complete.Totally scratchbuilt with no commercial parts other that sheet plastic and wire.

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Kenn

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Looks Great Kenn! To look at it finished, you wouldn't imagine all the work that's underneath! Thanks for taking us along for the build. Very entertaining and educational.

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awesome. love the wheels!!

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It's hard to comprehend this was entirely created out of almost nothing and didn't exist prior. You are an artist.

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I really, really love those wheels!

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You would never know it started life as sheets of stryene .

Pretty cool,,, is an understatement

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unbelievable! well, not really, we saw it being done!

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I find it amazing that this build is totally scratch built,very impressive.

Certainly can appreciate the effort and skill involved.

Well done.

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Yeah, it looks like it could be new tooling kit by Revell or Moebius Models... Absolutely incredible work, and someone says that it is not possible to scratchbuilt car bodies, because they are too round. :D It's incredible, I can not say anything negative about it. The finishing is very nice too. Oh and did I mention that the subject is excellent also.

I build what I can, but looks like Kenneth builds what he wants! B)

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Thanks for all the comments...I too look at is in amazement that it turned out so nicely...................I am very pleased that others have taken kindly to my humble attempts at scratch building.............. :) Each one is a learning experience that I build on for the next project.

Kenn B)

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Superb build, and considering it was made totally out of plastic sheet, I'd love to be able to do something like this ....

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Very Impressive scratchbuilding Kenneth, awesome B)

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Kenn, you have amazing skills! That is a fantastic model! GREAT work!

Sam

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Kenny does what he wants the rest of us what we can. Man ur in a league of your own. Its just amazing that its possible to go the way an 1:1 car is builta and do it in scale whitout having to compromise that mutch. Yes its been a pleasure to have vitness the birth of this one.

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Great work Kenn, turned out really nice.

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turned out very nice Kenn

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Most excellent Kenn! B)

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Wow! Now that's quite nice, and your scratchbuilding skills are evident.

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Fantastic! Absolutely awesome build of a unique automobile. Thanks for taking us along!

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Thanks for all the comments,,they are truely appreciated.

Kenn :rolleyes:

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Kenn....

A real piece of first rate workmanship here..... Thanks so much for having us all into your workshop to follow this build...it is simply amazing!!!

Regards

Bill (Duntov)

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