1941 Lincoln

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Finally got round to taking a few pics to post. Having trouble getting real sharp focus but I'm working on it and thought these results could be shown.

I did this Monogram Lincoln quite a few years ago, curbside and with no research into colours etc. Painted with automotive base and clear coats, detailed with Humbrol.

Thurs.12th Just added an interior shot and one with the up top.

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Beautiful build! It's good to see someone take the time to do justice to this kit. What color/brand of paint did you use on the exterior?

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Beautiful build! It's good to see someone take the time to do justice to this kit. What color/brand of paint did you use on the exterior?

My thoughts exactly.

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Looks great !

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Wonderful job!

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You can always e-mail the Early Ford Club of America on these cars . The club recognizes any Ford, Mercury , or Lincoln from 1932- 1953 . We recognize all Flathead sixes , eights and of course the Lincoln 12 cylinder ............. The brown would have been correct . The blue conceivably could have been done at a dealer shop ................

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Nicely done !

The small details are excellent !

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Thanks guys. Yes it's a great old kit, compares well to anything today.

Paint is my own colour mix using Standox automotive base and clearcoat. I'm afraid I'm not overly fussy about factory-correct colours.

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Very nice!

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Very nice build and SHINY :) :) :) too.

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Very nice

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Great job. Any interior or engine shots?

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That's cleanly done for a cantankerous old kit! That color really makes it!

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Beautiful!!!!!

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Another vote for beautiful. Love it!

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Stunning!

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Outstanding build..

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Museum piece....Nice

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Great job. Any interior or engine shots?

It's built as a curbside.

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Beautiful build of that Lincoln kit. Whether original Lincoln colour or not that shade certainly looks period appropriate.. Very, very nice.

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Nice to see one of these built in a color other than black, maroon or cream. This looks fantastic! Beautiful paint.

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very classy

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Factory stock with a lot of custom looking touches..

I see with my little eye...

i.e. deleted running boards...pan cake hood

section body( raised fenders) and of course the push button on the door.

Gorgeous Lincoln btw

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Thanks so much for all your comments, it means a lot to me.

I'll see if I can do some decent interior shots today.

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Great looking replica!

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