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  1. Started this one. It says 2n1 one, but looks like it can only be built as a highly modified street machine. That's the way I'm going build it anyway.  Got the engine ready. I think I like a gloss yellow for this one. I don't care for the decals in the kit.



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  2. 18 hours ago, TransAmMike said:

    WOW James, that looks great!!👍

    Thanks Mike.


    18 hours ago, NOBLNG said:

    Nice looking little street rod!😎



    17 hours ago, Jim B said:

    Fantastic job.  Well done.

    Thank you.


    16 hours ago, espo said:

    Great looking color and finish. Like the detailing on the Hemi. Great wheel and tire combination and stans. 

    Thanks David.


    15 hours ago, karbuildr said:

    Gotta love a 32 rod. Very nice paint and great job using different parts from two kits.



    15 hours ago, Yeah Nah said:

    Nice 32! Impressive build and finish.

    Thank you.


    14 hours ago, Zippi said:

    Love these Ford Street Rods James.  Awesome job.  

    Thanks Bob.


    13 hours ago, Dragonhawk1066 said:

    Very nice!



    13 hours ago, Phildaupho said:

    Good looking Street Rod. Those Monogram kits provide a great starting point for  Deuce Roadster build.



    13 hours ago, Rattlecan Dan said:

    Very nice-looking Hot Rod. Great paint job. Nice build.

    Thank you.


    10 hours ago, slusher said:

    Great looking build!

    Thanks Carl.

  3. I combined 2 kits to build this one. I used the wheels, tires, front and rear suspension/rear end and the 392 Hemi engine from the Revell 5 window coupe. The rest is the Monogram 32 Ford Classic Cruiser kit. It took a little modification to make the suspension work and to get the stance where I wanted. I had to also modify the trans on the Hemi to get it to sit right in the frame. I scratch built the exhaust system and the driveshaft. The exterior paint, engine, and frame is Tamiya X-13 metallic blue acrylic. The interior is Tamiya XF-17 Sea Blue, which looks almost black except in certain light. Had fun with this one and I think it came out ok. All comments welcome, thanks for looking.









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