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I always liked the traditional looking hot rods. This is Revell's 32 that I chopped the top on. Used masking tape for roof insert and to cover cut when roof had to be stretched. Also cut front frame horns off because I think it looks cleaner. Used the 392 hemi from kit but added various engine parts from AMT's double dragster kit. Headers are from Ohio George 33 Willys. AMT tires up front and old AMT slicks on rear. Thanks for looking....Jay.

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That's a super clean build. Excellent work!

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Very sharp and cool build. Love the white paint..

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Thanks for comments guys. It's actually a very light grey Tamiya military color. Bad lighting and Ipad camera make for lousy pictures. One of these days i'll buy a decent camera.

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Very nice job, great result

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I love it!

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Clean looking '32 Ford

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Very nice!

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Looks great!

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A clean tidy tough looking build there.

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Very NICE! :)

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Very cool and with a "real world" look.

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That's nice Jay, well done mate!

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Thanks for the comments everybody. Glad you like it.

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I like it! Very bad, mean and nasty! who doesn't like an 8 carb early Hemi?

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Very nice build!!!

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Sweet looking hot rod,great carb setup.

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well done, nice clean build. less is more, and you nailed it on this.

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Really cool!

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I dig it! A no-nonsense traditional rod. Switching out the kit tires is always a good thing on the Revell 1/25th kits, IMHO. The kit's "fat fronts" are a real deal-breaker. Nice chop, too.

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that's what I'm talking about-=how can you ever go wrong with a 32-my hearts pounding-lol

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Sweet! The perfect rod.

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Now that's a hot rod. Beautiful.

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Well done Deuce! I love them slicks and if that car were real it would be LOUD. :lol:

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Thanks guys for all the cool replies. It's my only hot rod build to date but so many ideas for so many projects and very little time.

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