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Hi . . .

Doesn't seem too many are taken by it.

I believe it is a 41 Willys.

Either way, really glad you like it . . .
 

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Jas

the quick way to tell a 40 from a 41 is the grill. the 40's had a split grill and the 41's were solid. The yellow willys the you started out with has the 40 grill and looks like a 41 hood and fenders I think they took alot of liberties with that casting but it's still a great custom I think
Keep up the good work
Bill (41-willys)
 

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Scratch, That is awsome work. I saw it on the other board, but I haven't been having oppoetunities to reply to as many posts as I used to. You really did a great job on that on though. I made a 1/43rd dirt racer out of one of the coupes and I plan on making one out of one of the sedans too. I am going to have to shorten and narrow it to get the look I want.

I really like the grill work you did and I like the way you dropped the engine a bit.

I like it.
 

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Man, that's nice! 1/32 scale offers so many possibilites.
I have about an dozen or so 1/32 cars but I haven't gotten into customizing yet.
I can see why it's such a popular scale.

Very inspiring work sir!
 

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1/24, 1/32, 1/43, 1/??

Yep, 1/32 doesn't take up as much room as 1/24 [wish had as many model choices].

1/43 is too small for me to work with, forget HO as for handling.
 
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