Latest release of the AMT 32 Ford Victoria…I’ve always loved Fred Allen’s Devil Deuce Coupe and it was the inspiration for this model.
Top is chopped 3 scale inches Decals – Revell 32 Ford 5 Window Engine- AMT 29 Ford Roadster Roll Bar- Revell 41 Willys Seats- AMT Double T Steering Wheel- AMT 50 Ford Tires- Modelhaus 135 Rear/110 Front Moon Discs- Parts by Parks Headers- Bandit Resin Paints – Tamiya TS-50 Mica Blue over silver base coat Front suspension, rear end, valve covers, and push bar airbrushed with Molotow refill fluid.
Great Job! Another example of what can be done on the "Old" AMT '32 Ford frame, just goes to show that in the right hands those kits got some great bones to start with! Speaking of parts, Pete you sure picked em' looks pretty amazing!
Post by Mark Moore on Apr 30, 2020 13:35:40 GMT -5
There ain't nothin' about that Vicky I don't love! It looks right in every single way.
Beat of all it looks like it could have come from the pages of Car Craft & Car Model both circa 1963!
The very existence of flame-throwers proves that some time, somewhere, someone said to themselves, You know, I want to set those people over there on fire, but I'm just not close enough to get the job done.