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  1. '32 Ford Sedan Hot Rod Freaky Ford Blue Toy Car

    The second car in the blue series. A 1932 Ford Sedan. I have several sets of these waiting for finishing and and assembly. The idea is to test different finishes and techniques with each set. The car body is made from MDF the rest of the parts are birch. The body paint is Hoe Depot oops paint...
  2. 32 Deuce Coupe - Toy Car - Hot Rod - Little Deuce Coupe

    Number three in the Freaky Fords Blue Series. The more I look at this color combination the more I like it. I'm partial to blue any way. I think it works well with the flat black wheels. I really wanted to have white walls on these but I could not figure out how to do it and make them look good...
  3. Toy 32 Ford Deuce Coupe Hot Rod

    Body is made from MDF and painted with Home Depot Oops paint and an air brush. This was my firs try at making toys with MDF. I might use up what I have but I don't know that I'll ever use it again. The dust was terrible and this stuff soaks up paint like a sponge. That said with a lot of sanding...
  4. Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 32 Sedan

    The second in my Pink Hot Rod Series. The body is MDF airbrushed with Home Depot Oops paint. Spraying acrylic house paint with an air brush was a bit of a challenge. Getting those large pigments to go through an airbrush isn't easy. But it worked well. Spray a coat knock the fuzzies off with...
  5. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I was asked to make a memorial for a friend that was killed this week. He was an avid dirt bike rider and was killed riding. He had an insane sense of humor and always criticized my welding. So they wanted a welded piece. This is what evolved.
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