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Hi Rod

Great job

Now you are cooking with gas, I wanted to say thanks for posting the one of the 32 Ford.. I saw it and I had to pull out a old picture of my 3 window 32..

I'm going to print that one out if that's ok ...

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Rod, I think you have finally gotten this burning thing down. Nice work.




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Very excellent detail in your work! Well done.

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Very nice job! The shading is done very well. Keep up the good work!

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