37 Ford Coupe - My Contribution to the Forum being Offline

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In tribute to Harry's column on "Evil-Bay" (cause that's where I got this kit). This is my take on Revell's 37 Ford Coupe, done in Dupicolor Light Champagne Met. and Blaze Red Crystal. I have added Pegasus Phat Daddy's, and sat it as low as I could. I look forward to the feedback, both good and bad.

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EXCELLENT job Chris, I love that color combo,stance looks good and the wheels really make it pop I'd give it two thumbs up IMO!! :D

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Good clean build.Nice color combo.

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I really like it! Just the right combination of traditional and modern, and I like the two-tone color scheme. And yes! It has mirrors! :D

I even like the wheels in this case. I'm not usually a fan of the big wheel look, but the ones you picked aren't too big, and I like the design.Nicely done!

About the only thing I can see that I would do differently is that I would have painted the rear apron between the fenders the same color as the fenders... so you get that red "sweep" all the way across from fender to fender (also would have painted the taillight stalks red, too). But that's more personal taste than a "criticism." Nice work!

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Man this is one sick Coupe!! That color is spot on! Great job across the board!

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Nice clean build. Love the colors.

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About the only thing I can see that I would do differently is that I would have painted the rear apron between the fenders the same color as the fenders... so you get that red "sweep" all the way across from fender to fender (also would have painted the taillight stalks red, too). But that's more personal taste than a "criticism." Nice work!

I agree with Harry, but this is a beautiful model! Great colors, well done!!

Sam

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I like it - lots of thumbs up :P

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A very sweet build, best color combo on a 37 l have seen yet. Excellent work..

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Very very nice!

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Excellent color choice and perfect stance. Beautiful build!!!

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I really like it! Just the right combination of traditional and modern, and I like the two-tone color scheme. And yes! It has mirrors! :D

I even like the wheels in this case. I'm not usually a fan of the big wheel look, but the ones you picked aren't too big, and I like the design.Nicely done!

About the only thing I can see that I would do differently is that I would have painted the rear apron between the fenders the same color as the fenders... so you get that red "sweep" all the way across from fender to fender (also would have painted the taillight stalks red, too). But that's more personal taste than a "criticism." Nice work!

I absolutely agree... the rear apron should have been painted. Noticed it when I was posting , I might break out the air brush if I can match the rattle can paint

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Great job on the two tone paint and colors. I never get tired of seeing beautiful fat fendered 37s.

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Great job on the two tone paint and colors. I never get tired of seeing beautiful fat fendered 37s.

Thank you

And thanks to everyone for the comments as well

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Looks great!

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I'm in Harry's camp on this one.

Nice looking model that would look even better with rear apron painted Blaze Red.

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Agree awesome build and well done!

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Super sharp Chris!!! B)

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Very nice build! I love the colors...

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Thanks to everyone for the comments

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Very nice ,Chris !

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nice build Chris, colors look sweet!

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Clean, sweet, and SHINY :) :) :) . Way to go, Chris.

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Thanks again guys

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chris that is one good look'n streetrod...luv the color combo.... B)

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