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1930 Packard 7-34 Speedster

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Manufacturer  

scratchbuilt

Item Code  

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Scale  

1/20

Description  

This 1930 Packard 7-34 Speedster features a scratch built body, wheels and trim on a shortened 1/18 scale Hubley Duesenberg platform. The body is carved rom wood, except for the opening metal hood. There is a replica of the straight eight L head Packard engine under the hood. The wheels are turned on a Taig micro-lathe and threaded with 56 nichrome wire spokes each. The trim is brass, plated using the Caswell "brush" electroplating system with their "copychrome" solution.

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Cars

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Finished

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by: herbert miska (Hmiska) on 2014-05-30 - 15:52

The listing format didn't give me the choice of 1/18 scale which this model is, being based on the 1/18 scale Hubley platform.