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john, the chrome is molotow,I like it better than alclad but its still hard to get as smooth as I,d like.the return spring is a light bulb filliment.thanks for the compliments

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WOW John that T Bucket pick up is just beautiful which is an understatement. An excellent job on that build, however it would look MUCH better sitting on MY shelf believe me. Congrats!

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One tough looking T you have there. I love the stance, with it slung low to the pavement but with the rear still in the air a bit. Bonus points for using the Nailhead!

Any idea on the source for those scoops? I know, 50 years ago and all. but they are sweet.

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What they said!  Simply one of the coolest T bucket models I have ever seen.  This is a very inspirational model that overcomes many of the awkward proportions that often plague T bucket models.  Just stunning!

Cheers

Alan

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thanks to all who commented the scoops came from the amt 65 imperial,sorry not many of those around anymore and if you find one i'ts an arm and a leg for it,seams like somebody makes some resin ones?

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On 4/5/2021 at 8:33 PM, tim boyd said:

John....some really, really fine workmanship on display here....congrats!   TIM 

Somehow I was sure Tim would be commenting on this build. Great model. Thanks for sharing.

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