1932 Ford Street Rod
I added another car to my model collection and it was built right out-of-the-box. The car was also called a Classic Cruzer by Monogram.
The kit had a “T” shirt decal included so I wondered how to use it. After cutting around all the decals to eliminate the extra clear film I just laid the “T-Shirt” decal down on the car seat, then moved different parts of the shirt so it looked like it was just tossed there by the driver and/or a passenger. I noticed that the shirt could be worn by a man and/or a lady.
I used some left-over lacquer paint for the exterior of the car body, then used my Tamiya paints for all the other parts including the inside of the car. I also spruced up the engine with some spark-plug’s and wires as I planed on leaving the side engine compartment door’s open.
This was an easy model to build with no fit problems but remember that you have to make sure that all 4 wheels are the same diameter so when your finished, the car sits on all “FOUR WHEELS.” Enjoy…Rodney
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