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31 Nash: way beyond "Rat Fiink" Coupe: new project 5/9/13

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I never know what to expect when I see your updates , but one thing for sure , they are mind blowing , that interior is Killer Diller !!!

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Very innovative work, John!

It's been a delight watching it come together to this point.

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Wow, that interior is very cool. I'm always amazed how you implement obscure items in your builds. Great stuff, John!

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What is that material you're using on the interior, John? It looks great!

Not John but I'd say, looking at the color and the pattern that it is one of the roofing patterns from Plastruct.

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Not John but I'd say, looking at the color and the pattern that it is one of the roofing patterns from Plastruct.

Dean........pretty sure your right........sounds familiar.........thank you.

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Not John but I'd say, looking at the color and the pattern that it is one of the roofing patterns from Plastruct.

That was my first thought. Just the day before I was going through the Plastruct rack at my local hobby shop, thinking that there had to be a use for some of the patterns!

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If it's Plastrut, it must be very thin to be able to bend it like John has.

Just checked the Plastruct website. John's interior might be scalloped roof tiles. Comes in 3 or 4 colors.

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If it's Plastrut, it must be very thin to be able to bend it like John has.

Just checked the Plastruct website. John's interior might be scalloped roof tiles. Comes in 3 or 4 colors.

Jim........thank you for the info. ........I think once it is painted it will look ok.

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Glad to help, John. Who would have thought roofing material for an interior besides you? I guess I'll have to get some of that stuff.

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Hello........thank you all for the kind comments........I really do appreciate them :) ........I hinged the doors and the trunk......I will finish mocking up the engine tomorrow........thanks for looking.

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John.... Very nice hinge work my brother. This is looking good!! Almost time for some primer and paint ;)

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Hello........thanks Chris.......I finished modifying and mocked-up the engine that I want to use.........I also finished the wheels and caps........I am just about ready for primer and paint.......I just need to double check everything tomorrow........thanks for looking.

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Hello.......thank you all for the kind comments :) .........I mocked-up a mirror........and made some tail lights, a bumper and a plate.......thanks for looking.

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Oh Johnny.... You done painting this beauty yet? ;):P ...haha :lol: . I gotta give you a hard time brother. Everything mocked up looks great and I am looking forward to more. Carry on!

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