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40 Ford "Starlet"


Modlbldr

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Making some progress on this lately. Got the engine completed and installed. No wiring. Nothing special. 

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Also finished up the interior. I had to glue the 48 Ford dash in 4 times to get it to sit right and hopefully not hit the windshield. The fit of the interior into the body is tight so everything has to be perfect. I also glued the sunvisors in this morning.

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Lastly, I have the rolling chassis completed and the body is polished. Now to get it all together.

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Later-

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1 hour ago, stitchdup said:

That's beautiful work, it certainly lives up to the starler moniker

Thanks Leslie,

I came into work the other day and found that during the night (custodians work at night out of my shop) and found that someone had taken a chunk out of the paint above the passenger side window and had scratched the roof. I had to touch up the paint and sand the roof again with 6000, 8000 and 12000 grit. You can see the dull spot in the first picture below.

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Other than working on that, I got the headlights and grille on and the bumper brackets installed. Getting closer to the finish line. I can't wait to get this outside in the sunlight and take some pics of it!

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Later-

 

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