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  1. I started with a 1932 Ford Victoria. Used the custom plans and pretty much built it to stock. I painted it with Vallejo Model Air Red. The interior is Vallejo Model Air Blue. I used the left over decals from the Revell Kenworth W900.
  2. Here's a small collection of orphan diecasts I've been restoring lately. Typically these are purchased in damaged condition to varying degrees. First up, a Danbury Mint 1932 Cadillac. This one had quite a few missing pieces. I ended up using the windshield frame from a Monogram '32 Cadillac Phaeton. The shape is more accurate than the Danbury Mint piece anyway, plus it includes correctly shaped wind wings. The top boot was made from a Johan 1931 Cadillac piece, widened and modified to fit. Many other missing pieces were taken from a Danbury Mint '32 Phaeton. And lastly, D.B.M. did not include
  3. I have no idea what I am going to do with this. Maybe just mild custom.
  4. Many of you know that I seek out and preserve ancient builds. I see these as the folk art of our youth and I hope my posts have saved some old beauties that otherwise might have been broken up for parts. I especially love cool old customs that were well thought out and executed, as well as those that just have a cool factor. This is one of those with the cool factor. Dave Burket found this one in a collection and set it aside for me. This has to be an original issue AMT 1932 Vicky kit. In fact one of the things that makes it cool is that this looks a lot like the retro box that the kit is
  5. My year was pretty simple. Four completed builds and two Olde Kustom restorations. Doesn't sound like much, but it's probably my banner year. First off the bench was the Studebaker Miss Deal funny car that I did as part of the 24 Hour Build that Gary Kulchock and friends host every year. It was fun and very interesting to participate. '34 Ford Rat Rod was to be finished over the Christmas break, but it had too much work left on it to finish in time. I also didn't want to push it since I was having fun, and I added a lot of detail that wasn't part of the plan. It finally rolle
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