ICM 1/24 1913 Model T Roadster c'est fini

Dave Ward

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Finally done - it got a bit frustrating at the end - the lights just wouldn't stay sticked!! I kept on dropping bits, but I was determined to finish this.........................
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The gap between the top of the screen and the hood is rather larger than the real thing.....................
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I had to use CA to fix the hood & it's not comng off.
Nice model from ICM, a little different, it feels a little simplified in areas ( the foot pedals don't really line up with anything underneath ). I think, though, I prefer the ICM 1/35 Model T's. Shiny paintwork isn't really my thing!
Dave
 

Jim R

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Hi Dave
Well despite it fighting back towards the end it has turned out very well.
Jim
 

scottie3158

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Nice result. I must admit I thought the hood was in the wrong place until I saw the photo.
 

Tim Marlow

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Nice looking vehicle once you nailed it down. It shows it’s horse drawn buggy ancestry well. That was a very interesting and well executed build Dave :thumb2:
 

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Turned out a very nice model Dave.

Andy.
 

Neil Merryweather

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very nice Dave
I can quite see why you needed therapy after that Russian Behemoth!
 

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Very nice work indeed David. Very careful detailing.

Laurie

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adt70hk

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Great work Dave. It does look very nice indeed.

ATB.

Andrew
 
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