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You could cut the top and do a wild paint design.
I just did an F-100 Pickup that is posted in this section just a few posts down from this one. Check that out, just another idea for yours.
Classic Plastic Model Club
Certainly not to everyone's taste, but the chopped, channeled, slammed, big-wheel look, with the front fenders re-shaped, works for me.
Plan your work, work your plan.
Measure twice, post once.
Not everyones "cup of tea" either, but here's my take.
You know fellas, this guy who is now just "Anonymous" posted this nine years ago. It's awesome that people on this forum are so helpful, but I think it's a given that after all this time, since he's no longer a member here, he's not going to see any of your suggestions. Regards, sfd
introducing a leaner, fresher smellyfatdude
AMT ' 61 Bonneville ragtop, Revell 57 Ford Custom drag car, Lindberg ' 66 Chevelle SS
OR . . . . . . . . none of the above, ummmm . . . just yet
Ace, what has come of this project? I would like to see this one surface again.
This looks like a good post for everyone to post their 53 pics.....
I'm not a fan of big wheels, but this is prettty nice!
And for a more traditional look, just change out the wheels and tires. Note that they are both close to the same color and stance, but what a difference the rolling stock makes. Just make sure the front end is in the weeds!