Model A

A couple model A's.  Scaled one a bit smaller to fit better in display cabinet.  Both are mahogany and maple.  'Crome" parts are maple with applied foil.  Radiator center is window screen.  

TimV, "The understanding eye sees the maker's fingerprints, they are evident in every detail, leave Fingerprints." James Krenov

Nicely done.  My very first car was a Model A coupe.   Amazing how durable they were.    Paid $55 for it and sold it for $65.    


damn those are some of the nicest models ive seen tim. nice work.

working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

WOW!!! Beautiful!

Dennis Zongker

Outstanding pieces.. and again I do not get how you do the foil..  as how do you do the brass in other models.  After seeing your models I could never be satisfied with chrome or other spray paint.  Can you point me in a direction to learn this?

Sasha. - Life is not a draft, you can't redo it tomorrow

First class Ford’s for sure

Life’s Good, Enjoy Each New Day’s Blessings

Beautiful craftsmanship taking models to another level of detail. Thanks for sharing the finished project.
I'm with scrappile and my curiosity is peeking too. 

Top marks 

Kerry - Working with wood, the smell the feel, is such a joy, its a meditation of sorts.

Nice work! The use of foil and screen are nice touches.