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    Default 1934 Ford Fordor plans information request please...

    G'Day Ladies & Gents,
    I'd like to honour my parents with a toy come model of a 1934 Ford Fordor.
    It there first car in 1950 when they were married,
    BUT I need some help with plans information please...
    Thank you in advanced,
    Cheers, Peter
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    Hi Peter, I can't help you with plans for one, but what I do if I haven't got plans for what I'm making, is to get several pics of front, back, side and top views and then scale off them. Fleabay has scaled rulers around the $9.00 mark with free postage
    .https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/30cm-Eng...frcectupt=true
    If you didn't want to work of scaled drawings, scale up them by photocopying then work off your actual prints. Have done this before also.
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    Yes please Kryn, that’d be a great help.
    I have a couple of the scale rules too thank you
    cheers peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by crowie View Post
    Yes please Kryn, that’d be a great help. cheers peter
    Hi Peter, What am I helping you with???????????????????
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    Quote Originally Posted by KBs PensNmore View Post
    Hi Peter, What am I helping you with???????????????????
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    OPPS - I read it as you had photos you could send me....

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    Sorry M8, but can't help you on that score. About the only thing I can suggest is to find a local car club or individual that has one and take a heap of pics, download them onto your comp and try to get some sort of scaling off them.
    Have looked online for plans for one but nothing, hopefully someone stateside has got a contact for model plans.
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    there are 1/32 scale models available

    https://fairfieldcollectibles.com/19...el-by-new-ray/

    I have purchased previously from this outfit, from USA mail could kill the price. New Ray are a chinese maker and their quality was stunning last time I bought from them direct 3 years ago.
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    At last found the thread

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    Default 1933 Ford Fordor Deluxe Sedan

    This a photo of my folks on their wedding day with the beautiful Ford Fordor Deluxe Sedan.
    One error by me; my mum told me this week that it was 1933 Ford.
    Still chasing drawings and specifications.
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    Found these.
    Not exactly what you want.
    The mob who publish the local ‘Restored Cars’ mag are into early fords.
    If you can’t find what you need a letter or email to them may help.
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    Default Thank you one and all....

    Thank you one and all....
    I've finally found a full dimensional drawing of a 1933 Ford Fordor Sedan thanks to the assistance of the Early V8 Ford Club of NSW....

    BUT their is an upcoming "guessing competition" scheduled for the end of term at the local Boys & Girls Club,
    and I've had the request for another truck suitable for a pile of lollies for it.

    So my parents 1933 Ford Fordor Sedan is on hold, though I have managed to scale it for my plans....
    I'll do a new thread about it later, as well as for the Boys & Girls Club truck...

    Cheers, crowie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyz View Post
    there are 1/32 scale models available

    https://fairfieldcollectibles.com/19...el-by-new-ray/

    I have purchased previously from this outfit, from USA mail could kill the price. New Ray are a chinese maker and their quality was stunning last time I bought from them direct 3 years ago.
    Thank you for that link Tonyz,.
    I put an inquiry in about the model but the reply was "we don't ship internationally".
    Cheers, crowie

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