Ok, so, I have here the '32 Sedan I've been working on.
Initially started a long while back with Ron.
'32 Ford sedan shortened but NOT narrowed.
The door panels are only a scale 24 to 25 inches tall measured from the bottom of the side window opening.
Wheel well lip is stock and can be left is or user can cut a new, higher radius and trim the rear panel as well.
Window openings were left stock size. Use as is or modified to your liking.
Now please note the following information;
I'm not gonna convince you that these are flawless items. They are not.
I seem to have the ability to cast small parts without issue.
Bodies seem to be a problem for me. I can make masters but the casting still eludes me.
Air bubbles are the issue.
I can not spend the money for equipment like pressure pots and such.
So these are hand poured and I'm still working out some issues.
If you are use to seeing and using the sweet and smooth castings that Karl, Fred and others produced then I have to say I'm sorry. But at least I,m going to keep trying.
What counts in this case is the outer surface and I'm happy with that for now. I am still sorting issues with trapped air on the interior side.
I have a 10th one set aside to do my own build ( I accidently cracked the firewall pulling from the mold but at least its in the transmission tunnel area )
Here you can see the 9 bodies I have right now.
You can also see a few with white spots on them.
That is from resin poured from the inside to fill in some voids left by air bubbles. Outside surface is smooth and good to go. Just filled from the inside.
Side shot. Flashing in window opening is really thin and sands away clean. Air bubble issue in wheel lip. Ughhh!
I'd like to get $6 each plus shipping for now.