Reps & Mins chopped '31 Model A.

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Built as an old drag car, found and restored for the street. Used a lot of the Stacy David kit and Reps & Mins resin body. Wheels are from the Orange Crate, painted magnesium color.

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Very nicely done. I bet some outdoor shots would make it look like the real thing.

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Once again Lyle posts some nice eye candy photos for us.

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A chopped A coupe has to be one of the best looking real hot rods on earth. Very nice.

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Nice build :)

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That rod looks sweet Lyle, real sweet!

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Sweet!!!

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Super nice chopped Model A ! Great detailing if the engine and the wheel / tire choice works perfectly on it !

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Nice build and I agree that if you shot pics of it outside, it would look like the real thing

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barn fresh looks great

Laz

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A tough looking rod , nice work on this.

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Very nice!

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I love it! Really like the semi-flat blue with some primer peeking through.

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Looks Great!

B)

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It's a real Hot Rod! I love it, nicely done.

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Very cool.

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All it needs to look like a fresh "barn find" is a little hay & some "chicken droppin's" lol. Nice little A-Bone though!

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Exquisite!!! B):) Artful use of Rat Roaster bits. And the patina of the paint is stunning. Is that chopped A-Bone coupe a new piece from RepMin? I wasn't aware of it. A must have if it is... Big labor saver! Especially with the proper trim in place. And as long as I'm in an inquiring frame of mind, what's the source for the cool wheels?

Edited by Bernard Kron

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Nice build Lyle B)

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neat rod

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Very nice build Lyle, just right not over done. Nice choice on the wheels...

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looks awsome love the speedhole steel visor !!

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Exquisite!!! B):) Artful use of Rat Roaster bits. And the patina of the paint is stunning. Is that chopped A-Bone coupe a new piece from RepMin? I wasn't aware of it. A must have if it is... Big labor saver! Especially with the proper trim in place. And as long as I'm in an inquiring frame of mind, what's the source for the cool wheels?

It says in the original post that the wheels are from the "Orange Crate" & painted magnesium.

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It says in the original post that the wheels are from the "Orange Crate" & painted magnesium.

Oops! :blink: How embarassing... I read but I did not retain...

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Nice nicely done! :)

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