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32 5w chopped and rat rod

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  • From: US ARMY so anywhere
32 5w chopped and rat rod
Posted by lordtris on Tuesday, March 09, 2010 7:32 PM
I was home on leave, and i stayed with an uncle that builds scale cars as well. I only had 4 days at his house before i had to leave so i decided to buy a car to build while i was there. the end result was I bought two cars One JimmyFlintstones body and a lindberg 34 ford roadster kit. apparently this kit comes with two frames one with fenders and one without. Keep in mind this whole model went from nothing to being finished in 4 days 2 and half days on just the body its self to prep it and paint it well onto the pics
On the Bench lind. 1925 tall T. chopped,channeled dually tow truck hasegawa 1970 S30 Fairlady dropped,deep offest,sr20det.
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    March, 2007
  • From: Northern MN
Posted by dwhollrah on Tuesday, March 09, 2010 7:48 PM

 Looks good for fast...i just can't build fast. like the headlights, were they stock?

Dave

Look a gift horse in the mouth
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    March, 2010
  • From: US ARMY so anywhere
Posted by lordtris on Tuesday, March 09, 2010 7:51 PM
they were off the 34 kit mounted to the bottom of the radiator. this was done like this because i did not have any tools or anything where i was going in GA so i had to finish it while i was at home. the 25 rat rod i am working on now is getting alot more attention now and way more time. ;)
On the Bench lind. 1925 tall T. chopped,channeled dually tow truck hasegawa 1970 S30 Fairlady dropped,deep offest,sr20det.
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    August, 2009
Posted by Ragnar on Thursday, March 11, 2010 7:53 PM

 

Nice Build!

CHEERS!

CHEERS!

Tom

 Old Hot Rodders are Like Old Hot Rods, We may not be as Fast as The New Guys, But We Got There First!

  • Member since
    March, 2010
  • From: Southern Maine
Posted by surfnut on Thursday, March 11, 2010 9:49 PM

 Great job for a quicky! Looks cool.

Classic Plastic Model Club.  Always watching for waves

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