You guys did a very nice job with this 1929 Model A Ford BSA logo and all.
I really like how you all indvidually cut all the parts for this car..
Talk about a real show stoper with a cool look to it Wow guys !!!
I'v built a few 1929 Ford Pinewood Derby cars myself..
But nothing to the likeing of what you guys have with your 1929 Ford Model A.
1929 Ford Roadster:
1929 Ford Pickup Muscle Machines Build:
1928 Ford Woodie:
Your Nephew & You must be some real Ford enthusiast's to do a build like that..
And if I were passing out Trophies or Awards for the Best looking Ford Car.
Well I'd have to say .. You guys Win my ( Antique photo ) Brass Hubcap Award.
Ask your nephew if he can tell you what make or year model Ford car.. this hubcap is off of (?)
That's one Fine 1929 Model A Ford guys !
Your Model T with the RR Wheels is HOT! I'm diging them K-House grove Hubcaps! (Lol!)
And the wheels on your 32 look to be CMI.. But my guess would be there Pine Pro Wheels.
And is the paint Ford Green (?)
I've been looking at doing something different with the kids at workshops next year
with building a Model T also.
Working in a hospital as I do.. I see alot of kids go threw the ER ..
That are victioms of distracted driveing.. (texting while driveing.)
Theres only one Model T Ford car that comes to mind that I could build as to why..
talking on the phone while driveing.. is distracted driveing.
That car is: Carl Casper's Model T Phone booth car.
The cell phone cars kids build are cool cars for this message also.
Kids please: Do not text while driveing.