• File: 1949 Fords

    1949 Fords
  • File: 1955 Ford

    1955 Ford with 5.0L complete with Mustang fuel injection.
  • File: 1940 Ford

    1940 Ford
  • File: 1950 Ford F-100

    This truck was built stock in the 1990s by my son. The kit was molded in pastel blue as shown but clear coated.
  • File: 1939 Ford

    This old build was updated with new wheels and tires, replacing fat tires and mag wheels. The old black interior and running boards were repainted in tan to lighten things up. The finish is a mixture of gold and green.
  • File: 1934 Ford

    I added a prewired distributor, scratchbuilt headers from solder, and an exhaust made from aluminum tubing to this AMT 1934 Ford Coupe. The torque thrust wheels are a parts-box item. I painted the body Tamiya Metallic Blue over a Silver Leaf base coat. The fenders are Gloss Black. This is a nice kit;...
  • File: 1949 Gasser

    I built this car from AMT's Cruisin' USA 1949 Ford kit. It has a wired-and-plumbed Boss 429 engine, a scratchbuilt roll cage, a modified chassis, and aftermarket tires. The finish is Model Master Lime Green with Testor's clear coat and vintage AMT 1950 Merc decals. It took three weeks to...
  • File: 1923 Ford pickup

    This little truck was sprayed green and misted with gold paint. The "Loaded Lion" decals were then applied and finally, a coat of clear. Several items on this build came from inventory, including the engine.
  • File: 1932 chop top

    I built this car from several kits. I chopped the top, wired and plumbed the engine, and scratchbuilt the interior. I made all the windows and used aftermarket tires. The finish is Tamiya Champagne Gold and matte black. It took two weeks to build.
  • File: 1940 Ford

    This model started out as a light blue plastic AMT kit from eBay. I added wheels and tires from a 1932 Phantom Vickie. The paint is Tamiya Racing White and Testor's Grabber Orange. I used the accent trim as the separation line between the two colors. The build is mostly box-stock, with Bare-Metal...
  • File: 1940 Ford pickup

    Bill Ramsey of Florida says he just got back into the hobby after being away for more than 35 years, and this is his first try at building again. It's a Monogram 1940 Ford pickup built box-stock, with a Testor's Competition Orange finish.
  • File: 1932 Ford 3-window coupe

    Here's my 1932 Ford 3-window coupe with photoetched parts and blower sourced on line. The finish is Testor's Burgundy Red. It was converted to right-hand drive because that's how we drive here in Australia.
  • File: 1932 Ford 5-window rat rod

    This was built a couple of years ago when I was getting back into the hobby. It was converted to right-hand-drive and lowered.
  • File: 1928 Ford Model A

    This street rod has a unique paint job with lots of "sparkle". The Ford V-8 and wheels/tires are from my parts box.
  • File: 1932 Ford Roadster

    This was my first build returning to the hobby several years ago stepping up from childhood building. The engine was taken from another model, possibly a 1956 F100 (it was a while ago). The paint is Tamiya, and the wheels came from my parts box.
  • File: 1934 Ford pickup: Restoration Build

    I'm Blake Eaton from Montreal, Canada. This is a vintage AMT '34 Ford pickup kit I've restored and detailed. The paint is original; I estimate that it was applied in the late 1960s. Scratchbuilt/aftermarket details I've added are numerous. They include a truck-box bed from balsa planks...
  • File: 1966 Ford Fairlane 427

    This 1966 Ford Fairlane 427 was airbrushed with Tamiya black and chrome silver. It has SRT8 wheels, Mustang tires, seat belt hardware, and a pinstripe from my decal scraps. I opened the doors and trunk.
  • File: 1955 Ford F-100 Panel

    This is a stock build of the Harley-Davidson panel truck released a few decades ago.
  • File: 1966 Fairlane GT

    This Ford was built stock as I have another in my collection that is built up.
  • File: 1925 Ford T-Bucket

    This was built in the 1960s. It originally had wide whites with different wheels as was the look then. I changed it to a more modern look, which I now regret.
  • File: 1932 Hot Roadster

    I built this model from Revell's 1932 Highboy kit. I lowered the front end, and wired and plumbed the engine. I used a Deval windshield from Maryland Miniatures that I chrome-foiled. The wheels and tires are from a newer Camaro kit. The finish is Testors Deja Blue lacquer with Model Master clear...
  • File: 1965 Mustang

    This is a promo from my uncle's Ford dealership. I received it that year, and it was detailed as a stocker and stayed that way for decades. A few years ago, I decided to add 1967 GT wheels and a dual exhaust, among other details. The wheels had to be modified with new trim rings as the originals...
  • File: 1962 Galaxie 500 XL

    This was built as a replica of my first car in the late 1960s. All details are as close as could be right down to the exact paint from my car. It was painted in my uncle's body shop with a paint gun because it was the only way to get the same color. The 1:1 was a 390 four-speed car with bucket seats...
  • File: 1957 T-Bird

    This is an older build with an updated paint job. It's molded in red with only one coat of paint. Testor's Flaming Orange gives it the color I was after.
  • File: 1937 Ford pickup

    I built this from Monogram's 1937 Ford truck kit. It has a wired-and-plumbed engine and scratchbuilt compressor. The finish is Tamiya Racing Green and Krylon Gloss Black, with Testor's clear lacquer. The decals are from Revell's 1950 Chevy truck kit.