1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk.

Discussion in 'Commercial & Civilian Vehicles' started by markcrowel, Jan 30, 2014.

  1. markcrowel

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    I went through a time last year (2013) when I was designing and building simple, single structure models with cardstock and construction paper. This is one of those models. The scale is roughly 1/24th. 56 Haw two front angle..JPG 56 Hawk two top angle driver side..JPG
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    Here are a few more photos. 56 Hawk two top front angle..JPG
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    Views from the rear. 56 Hawk two top rear angle..JPG 56 Hwk two rear angle..JPG
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    These have a nice look to them. Have you considered interiors? They seem to be begging for interiors! :)
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    Yes, interiors do add a lot of "life" to a model. They are a lot of work, however. You can spend as much time on an interior as you will an exterior, and interiors usually receive only secondary attention.

    Nonetheless, you are right. Interiors add a lot to a model car.

    As always, thanks for the compliment and encouragement.
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