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  1. BAD BOY's Avatar Active Member
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    1st: hello Im from germany/ in the north by bavaria. i would a 1/8 build car by this picture by user "gluheads". who can me help, I search many picture by this car. please help me....
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    Welcome to SMC Bad Boy! Gluehead is a member here and you can contact him by looking him up in the Members section.

    If you are wanting to build this particular car, unfortunatly nobody produces that body style. However, don't let that deter you from scratchbuilding something similar. You could start with a R/M T body and modify it to your needs. Whatever you do, you'll get lots of help from your fellow modellers.

    Keep in mind that we have a couple of other members from Germany so if they are listening, lets give Bad Boy some help.
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    Welcome Bad Boy. :)'

    Just and FYI. Gluehead has been MIA for some time. You can try emailing him but don't hold your breath for him to reply.

    Rick is right you can start with the Lindberg T and scratch build Who can help me...! the rest. Its not as hard as it might look.
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    The Lindberg "Tall T' kit is probably about as close to what you are looking for that is readily available with a minimum of scratch building. Lindy is a little flaky as far as scale goes but it is 1/8th and with a few modifications (rear deck, etc.) it would provide you with a good starting point. Welcome to the forum.
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    thanks all for your anwers. okay, I have "gluheads" wrote. i think, that t-bucket 3in1 by revell Who can help me...! is a good base.
    in moment, i building an modifized my personality dreamcar. i will show pictures as soon as a new internet-connection?, i have change to a new provider and i written by my father in law.
    my dreamcar is a ford t bucket 1923, but more last....


    please, corrects me, i should write a little bit wrong, maybe i learn.
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    I look forward to seeing your build and don't worry about your English. If you don't know a word then write it in German, we'll figure it out.
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    Welcome Bad Boy. That would be a great model to make. All you need to do is ask and you'll get all the help you need. I speak some German and might be able to help you figure out the language. We're more than happy to help. :)'
    Sometimes a handful of patience is worth more than a truck load of brains. Have the courage to trust your own beliefs. Don't be swayed by those with louder voices. W.S. Maugham :)
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    thanks hot Who can help me...! ford coupe. Everything, you are very friendly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAD BOY View Post
    1st: hello Im from germany/ in the north by bavaria. i would a 1/8 build car by this picture by user "gluheads". who can me help, I search many picture by this car. please help me....
    How about the Revell Who can help me...! Big T for most of the stuff (engine, tires, chassis) and a Lindberg Tall T for the "phone booth". That way, only the body might have to me modified for scale. Or you could scratch the coupe "doghouse" to fit the roadster.
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