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1/16 scale scratchbuilt Ford T, Kellner body AFS 1917

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1/16 scale Ford T Ambulance, Kellner body
American Field Service, SSU1 - 1917
Scratch built using plywood on the Academy kit, ready for painting.
Much more views at http://manu-military.e-monsite.com/pages/1ere-gm-wwi/ford-t-ambulance.html

Thanks for watching.

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Very nice indeed!

 

What were the stretchers made from? They look to be resin and fabric.

 

Are there any 1/16 scale WW I resin stretcher kits or aftermarket accessories available?

 

Thanks for posting this amazing project. Please be sure to add images of the painted model.

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Thanks for you comments.

 

Very nice indeed!

 

What were the stretchers made from? They look to be resin and fabric.

 

Are there any 1/16 scale WW I resin stretcher kits or aftermarket accessories available?

 

Thanks for posting this amazing project. Please be sure to add images of the painted model.

 

The folded strectcher is an old Jaguar part while the extanded one is made of the Jaguar parts and a paper tissue.

I'm not aware of another strectcher in 1/16 scale.

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Manu, your craftsmanship is incredible.  Your models are works of art.   Thanks for posting them here.

 


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1 hour ago, Old Marine said:

Manu, your craftsmanship is incredible.  Your models are works of art.   Thanks for posting them here.

 

+1 Building, painting, weathering at it´s best. This vehicle looks REAL! Simply stunning


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Wow, just amazing! Award winning project I would think. Thanks for sharing. Kevin


I am eagerly collecting Pre-WWII USMC material. Any Marine Corps Span Am era, WWI, Banana Wars, or China Marine related material is especially sought after.

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Awesome build, and great paint job to convert it into a WWI American ambulance. Your attention to detail on this vehicle is incredible. I'm waiting on the stretchers, canteens, bags etc. to be added. Thank you very much for sharing.

Semper Fi.

Manny

 

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Wow! Just wow! Your work is amazing! Thanks for posting this.

...Kat


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Hi,
This is my completed 1/16 scale scratchbuilt Ford T w/Kellner body.
As a reminder, this kit has been built from scratch based on a handful of parts from the old Academy kit using 3 plies plywood.
Many more photos on my site http://manu-military.e-monsite.com/page ... lance.html
Thanks for looking.

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Awesome ambulance.

 

Semper Fi.

 

Manny

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