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1926 Ford Model T Tudor Sedan

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  • Member since
    January, 2018
1926 Ford Model T Tudor Sedan
Posted by TR4-Tim on Monday, October 01, 2018 5:26 AM

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  • Member since
    January, 2011
  • From: long island, new york
Posted by chucky on Monday, October 01, 2018 7:32 PM

Beautiful collection you've got going there! Thumbs Up

chucky

  • Member since
    January, 2005
  • From: sunny Sydney, Australia
Posted by nottheband on Tuesday, October 02, 2018 3:03 AM

Yep, these are great.  What kits are these?  cheers.

steve

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    June, 2015
Posted by dimaxion on Saturday, January 05, 2019 12:51 PM

Another amazing replica . Wow  nice , real nice . I want to smell this one . The Horsehair and the Cloth Seats a sweet svavor .. Thanx ... 

 

  • Member since
    October, 2017
  • From: New Prague MN
Posted by 60Buick on Saturday, January 05, 2019 2:25 PM

Extremely nice! Thanks for sharing!

  • Member since
    November, 2003
  • From: East Bethel, Mn
Posted by midnightprowler on Sunday, January 06, 2019 8:06 AM

Very nice. Tell us more about them.

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Posted by TR4-Tim on Monday, January 07, 2019 8:44 PM

The Tudor is a combination of Revell Buttera '26 T street rod and AMT '27 Touring. For this one I used the Revell body, fenders, hood and grill shell. Everything else is AMT. It was a little tricky adding the bumper brackets to the Revell fenders, but not too bad. On some of the other conversions, like the coupe, I used the AMT hood and grille shell. If you go that way, there's some work in mating them up to the Revell cowl and fenders. The recessed firewall on the Revell body is replaced with the AMT stock firewall. The AMT chassis is easily adapted to the Revell fenders. I still need to do a '26 Fordor. I've noticed that a Fordor cowl is actually different than the Tudor. It's shallower and the body is slightly longer from the A pillar to the very back.

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