37/38 Ford

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Here is my submission for the Revell Gearz contest...Pretty much built box stock with the wheels and tires from the model A kit..Interior was flocked and added some wires to it

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Good looking truck. The foil work especially makes it stand out. Good luck.

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That one really pops! Love the two colors together. What colors did you use?

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very cool nice work

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SHANE ,THATS ONE OF THE BEST 38 S I,V SEEN FROM THAT KIT I LIKE IT VERY MUCH ,I,M DOING ONE BUT AM PUTTING THE RIGHT FENDERS ON IT FROM THE 37 AND 38 HAVE DIFFERENT FENDERS,YOURS IS VERY SHARP LOOKING ,GREAT JOB!

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Cherry. Great pics too.

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Thanks everyone...Paint is Duplicolor metal specks burnt copper over a black base andthe green is the Testors one coat lacquer...Cant remember the name of it

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Beautiful truck! Hope mine turns out this nice.

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Nice and clean. good job

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Great thanks allot. I always thought that was an ugly trunk, and thanks to you for making it look good. I now have to buy it too. Great thanks allot!!!. Seriously though, nice job !

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That's a sharp build. Excellent paint and detial..

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Very nice build!

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Great work on this , a nice looking build.

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I'm still trying to get over that color combo, but man, that is very well done. Good clean work.

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Thanks everyone...The colors do flow well I think...I saw one similar before and thats where the idea came from

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that's a beauty

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Very well done .

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This is some seriously nice work!!!

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WOW! That pops! Excellent selection of colors and great foil work! I hope you do well.

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Clean and SHINY :) :) :) . Very nice.

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Nice! Great to see Old School style rides from your bench too. This has the correct look and feel, nice color combo on the body and wheels, they fit very nicely together. Nice shiny paint job also, and beautiful details.

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Very attractive.

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That is awesome! Surprising color combo. Beautiful build.

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Sweet! The color combo grows on you quick!

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Thanks everyone...Im really happy how this one turned out

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