1948 Ford Custom "Black Magic"

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I call this one "Black Magic". Took me about 2 months to complete this build it's all box stock and painted with rustoleum gloss black. This is only the second time I have painted a model black and i think it came out pretty good, the pictures do not really do the paint justice. I forgot to get a picture of the interior before I put it together, but its just red and white. I'm really satisfied with the way this one came out. All comments welcome! Thanks for looking!

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Very cool build. l really like it...

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Very nice!

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nice job

bobthehobbyguy

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Nice. Almost looks like a real car in your photos.

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Very Kool

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Very cool in black. Neat seeing this kit in a basic colour like black.

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Great looking '48 Cole! Very clean and simple. Kind of has a '50's-'60's Hot Rod look!

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great build. Your photography is awesome. what did you use for the pavement, it looks so real and to scale. I guessing a foot tread?

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great looking old Ford, nice build

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Cool build at the '50s custom style!

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Excellent pics and a terrific build.

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great build. Your photography is awesome. what did you use for the pavement, it looks so real and to scale. I guessing a foot tread?

For the pavement I just took a piece of wooden board and then painted it with rustoleum textured spray paint and then added some white lines to simulate a road

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Looks cool.. VEry nice ... I like your road. thanks for the tip.

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I like your Ford. Very cool, classic Custom

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Very nice build, Cole!!! Looks just right!!!

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For the pavement I just took a piece of wooden board and then painted it with rustoleum textured spray paint and then added some white lines to simulate a road

that is cool, it makes the car look that much more real, thanks for the tip.

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Very realistic build, that's what they looked like in the sixties, nice job and photos.

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Very cool looking Ford. Simple, but effective. I love the front pic, it looks like Grumpy Cat. Or perhaps Grumpy Car ?

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Very cool build. Nice, claen, and not all hot rodded out. a little rust would look good on that. Like a nice survivor car.

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''very cool''

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Very good looking Ford! The black looks good. The sunset lighting adds drama to the photos. Good work!

Sam

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