Revell 32 Ford

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This is my take on Revell's 32 Ford, Paint is testors one coat, and did custom pegasus wheels. Let me know what you think. Thanks

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I think she looks great Chris. Paint looks smoooooth!

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Great choice on the wheels... the car is really nice and those wheels just set if off big time.... nice work!!!

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Beautiful model. Very nice color choice Chris, very nice touch on the wheels. impressive build..

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The flames look great w/that green.Nice job Chris. I'v got a lot of idea's for a 32. Just can't seem to stick with it.

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I like it.

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Nice green ! Clean build !

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Thanks for the comments guys, very much appreciated

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Nice Deuce :)

Looks great on those Pegasus T's... Are they 19'' or 23''?

I'd consider putting smaller diameter in front, and larger in back B)

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Nicely done ! I really like it a lot !

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Looks good!

But since you asked . . . three little things (aside from wiring and plumbing): First, where you have flame decals crossing door opening lines, they'll look much, much better if you slit the decal and use a little setting solution to snuggle the decal edges into the door openings. Second, the embossed patent info on the chassis pan (just above your driveshaft u-joints) sticks out like a sore thumb; detracts from the beauty of your model. Third, same is true of the seam down the middle of the engine bell housing.

It's those little details that really make a difference!

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Nice Deuce :)

Looks great on those Pegasus T's... Are they 19'' or 23''?

I'd consider putting smaller diameter in front, and larger in back B)

23's, I actually built this about a year ago, and now know that they have a big, little combo. I think that that would have looked better too

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Looks good!

But since you asked . . . three little things (aside from wiring and plumbing): First, where you have flame decals crossing door opening lines, they'll look much, much better if you slit the decal and use a little setting solution to snuggle the decal edges into the door openings. Second, the embossed patent info on the chassis pan (just above your driveshaft u-joints) sticks out like a sore thumb; detracts from the beauty of your model. Third, same is true of the seam down the middle of the engine bell housing.

It's those little details that really make a difference!

Thanks, for the comments, as we grown in our hobby, these things will come in time .

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CHRIS ,VERY GOOD JOB ON THAT 32 ,NICE! :D

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Nice!!!!!

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Great job Chris.

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Cool Chris, gonna take it to the show in Sept in Toronto?

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Cool Chris, gonna take it to the show in Sept in Toronto?

Show, what show?

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Show, what show?

Group 25 Model Car Builders Club Show + Contest on Saturday September 21, 2013

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 286

11 Irwin Road Etobicoke, Ontario Canada

contact: Doug (416) 781-0757 between 10 AM - 10 PM

e-mail: keepemflyingdm@yahoo.ca or hct728@yahoo.ca

more info go to: www.group25.org

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Group 25 Model Car Builders Club Show + Contest on Saturday September 21, 2013

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 286

11 Irwin Road Etobicoke, Ontario Canada

contact: Doug (416) 781-0757 between 10 AM - 10 PM

e-mail: keepemflyingdm@yahoo.ca or hct728@yahoo.ca

more info go to: www.group25.org

Thanks for the heads up, don't know if I am that skilled yet, but I might check it out. Thanks for the e-vite

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Hey Chris, good looking Hot Rod. Clean and smooth. And as mentioned those pesky mold seams stick out like hooker at an Amish wedding.

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Man I love your car. Plain and simple as that!

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Hi,

Nice build of the '32 - screams hot rod with the green paint and yellow flames contrasting well.

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Hi,

Nice build of the '32 - screams hot rod with the green paint and yellow flames contrasting well.

Thanks Jim

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Hey Chris, good looking Hot Rod. Clean and smooth. And as mentioned those pesky mold seams stick out like hooker at an Amish wedding.

You are right. about the car and the wedding!!!!!

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