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'40 Ford Sedan Delivery shop truck for race set
Topic Started: Jan 26 2015, 07:43 PM (937 Views)
Bernard Kron
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’40 Ford Sedan Delivery Shop Truck

This is part of a race team set consisting of a ’34 Ford Roadster dry lakes car, shop truck and trailer, all done in matching colors and in the style of the late ‘40’s or early 50’s. This is based on the AMT ’40 Ford sedan delivery kit. Precision Porting and Machining is a fictitious firm from the period offering a cost effective alternative to more expensive cast aluminum heads. Precision were expert at filling and reshaping the combustion chambers of stock cast iron heads to yield big torque and power increases, equal to the best of finned aluminum heads. Their secret was they possessed a flow bench and new how to use it. They painted their heads bright red so you new you were running them. They marketed them under the PowerFlow name.

The model is largely built out of the box with the following changes:
Motor: Kit stock flathead with Revell Goodguys ’40 Ford twin carburetors and manifold.
Tires: Modelhaus T120C front tires and Modelhaus T180C rear tires.
Paint and Graphics: Home made decals, DupliColor Wimbledon White and DupliColor Deep Jewel Green Metallic.

Thanx for lookin’,
B.

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Keep on buildin'
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Bernard Kron
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Keep on buildin'
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Excellent build!
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dirtman
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Beautiful car. Well done!

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:))) :))) :)))
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:))) fbr :)))
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Another Rick
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:))) Another beautiful build, really goes well with the Roadster.
I build models because GOD allows me to and because I can't afford the real thing!!
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Looka that willya. The interior's so beautiful he made it twice.
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brvo Beautiful work!
Powered by ford
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Bob P.
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Fantastic build, Very nice. wnw

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:))) fbr :)))
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Thank you all so much! The kind comments are much appreciated. B) :)))
Keep on buildin'
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