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Here is something I have been working on whilst my other project been going on, i have chopped the top and filled, the wheels and rear tyres are from my parts box front tyres are from kit, I have painted it Ford Red from a rattle can,not yet been clearcoated, i have a Revell parts paks 427ci V8 engine with the blower assembly to fit with a few mods to get it to fit.
Here's a few pic's where it is so far
Thanks for looking, any comments welcome
Really nice start. Like the chop, color & the wheels. The engine choice sounds very cool.
Classic Plastic Model Club. Always watching for waves
The highboy stance and a radical top-chop always add up to a bad-arr looking car. Nice start.
Plan your work, work your plan.
Measure twice, post once.
I like what you've done with your '32 so far. Looks like it'll have some attitude when its done!
Cheap sunglasses - so dark they don't even know your name
Current projects = Tony Schumacher's 07 Top Fuel Dragster, Kenworth K123 with an exterior post van, '32 Ford prostreet pickup.
Here are a few more pictures of where i'am with this project
Drive train fitted
Engine test fit need to modify propshaft to fit and engine needs to be detailed
still have work to do on body
Thanks for looking
any comments welcome
Great start looks cool.
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Looking good Graham, that is a mean chop. The wheels appear to be original '32 wire spokes, would they handle the torque of that blown 427? Cheers
Nice, love that chop, wheels and tires, and that color!
looks great it really looks REDHOT, RHF.
I'M THE BOSS BECAUSE MY WIFE SAID I WAS. SAVE A CHILD FROM TO MUCH T.V. GIVE THEM A MODEL KIT.
Here are some finished photo's
that 427 looks right at home in that '32 nice build
They had to change the street named after Chuck Norris, because no one ever crosses Chuck Norris and lives.
Looks fast and mean! The color, stance, and chop looks right at home. NIce work!
Marcus A. Pryor
Most people are as happy as they choose to be
That would be one mean ride. Nice work.
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