Anthony Hazelaar's Model A Ford
Car and Truck Models


Anthony Hazelaar is from the Netherlands and has been building models for some years. He is now building a series of Ford Model T pickup trucks and car models. I thought that they looked quite nice and should have a place to display them.
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Just wait here for a moment and one of
Anthony's models will be right along.
I see one coming now !!!
Yes and it's a 1929 Model A Roadster

 

This page was last updated on Jan 29 2017


The following is what Anthony had to say about his latest models.

Again I started with some research to find out how the chassis looked and
what parts I could add or needed to add.
Unlike the Model T there was plenty of information on the internet and here
is the result, based on a 1929 Ford Model A kit from AMT.
I added:
- ignition wiring
- fuel line
- choke linkage
- brake/clutch pedal mounted on transmission
- running board brackets
- front fender brackets
- a decent battery (made from scrap) including cables

The model A Woody:
The first car I finished in my 'Ford Model A Project' was the '29 Woody. 
It was built straight out of the AMT box and the only thing I added was a
spare wheel.
The 1929 model A Special Delivery Woody:
This kit started as a standard MPC 1929 four door Woody but I decided to
have a go at a special conversion, the rare two door Special Delivery.
The two doors behind the front doors were removed. The one-piece tailgate
was cut in half and with some extra plastic I created two separate doors
with small windows, just like the original.
On the right and left side the open, upper parts of the body were closed
and received a decal from the Pleasant Acres Farm.
The rest of the car is standard 'out of the box' so all in all not a
difficult conversion.


 
 
 

 
 
This page shows only a small part of some of Anthony's Models.
The above link will take you to his own page with the remainder of his collection

The following is the first of the series of Model A Fords to be completed.
Anthony decided to start with a The 1929 Model A Ford Chassis
so that we may get  a look under the hood.
Anthony's next Model A's will be
On the workbench:
a 1929 Ford Model A Speedster, almost finished and a
1931 Ford Model A Delivery Sedan, a conversion from custom to stock.
 
 

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Anthony has started a new series of Madel A Ford models and along with these he
made a new background whch took over 300 parts to compete.
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1929 Model A Ford Roadster, 1928 Model A Ford Tudor and a 1928 Model A Ford Pickup
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 1929 Model A Ford Special Delivery Woody, 1929 Model A Ford  Woody and a 
1929 Model A Roadster

 

 
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1929 Ford Model A Woody
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 1929 Model A Ford Chassis
 
 
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The 1929 model A Speedster:
After an inspection of my Ford Model A kit stock I discovered that I had a double Model A Roadster kit from AMT.
I already had some ideas to build a Model A Speedster and now I actually had all the parts I needed! At least, that's what I thought...
Although I already had built a Model A chassis I decided to 'investigate' some custom Model A kits just in case I could find some extra parts I could use. And surprise..! The AMT custom kits I had in stock contained a more detailed chassis.
Soon my workbench was covered with parts of various kits and me sitting behind it, trying to fit parts together... nope, doesn't fit... hmmm, this could work... and so on... 
I used the body of the 1929 AMT Roadster and 'streamlined' the body by closing the recessed space for the rear fenders. A speedster does not need a bucket seat so  I decided to use that space for the spare wheel. Wind resistance, speed, you know... 
As usual I do some research before I start a new model and when I found some real nice pictures of a stock Model A speedster I suddenly realized that the Model A had some serious details hidden underneath the fender assembly.
The normal and emergency brake rods...!
Darn, I could have used that information for my Model A chassis. But I decided to give the Speedster the details it needed. After all, they are in plain sight <sigh>...
It did cost me a week to figure out how all the brake 'things' were
connected, but I think I got it right now. Phew...
The brake rods are from 1 mm styrene and the support brackets are the railing struts from a 1/72 scale bailey bridge (bought many, many years ago for another project). It did cost me another week to get all parts together, but it looks very cool... 
And to make a model builders life even more complicated I decided not to use the stock windshield as it was, sitting upright, but to make a 'folding down' windscreen. Not a fake one, but a real working one... Just for the fun of seeing it actually folding down neatly. You really don't want to have that extra wind resistance when you're a driving a speedster...<g> The 'hinges' are two pins (with 'chrome' heads) from the needle basket.
The headlamps look custom, but they are actually the stock version. I simply removed the middle part of the bar which connects the two headlamps. The now two separate headlamps were switched from left to right and vice versa. I then used the original mounting pins (which should be placed in holes in the fenders) to mount them on the chassis. The pins were a bit too large so I had to scrape away enough material to get a 1 mm pin for which I had to make a 1 mm hole in a 2 mm wide chassis member. Phew... Talking about a painstaking job.  As a finishing touch I added an old style louvered
panel below the radiator. 
When I started this job my intention was to use no custom parts, just to see if I could build a stock speedster from stock parts. 
And I think it's looking just right, all stock parts, just like a youngster could have build it in the early '30's.
1929 Model A Ford Speedster Chassis
 
 
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1929 Model A Ford Speedster Chassis
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1929 Model A Ford Speedster  preview
 
 
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1929 Model A Ford Speedster
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 1928 Ford Model A Tudor Before
 
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 1928 Ford Model A Tudor After
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 The 1928 Model A Tudor:

I purchased the Tudor as a ready built kit (the AMT 'Exact model of Roy (Mr. Model 'A' Stabnau's National Trophy Winner)'. Obviously not a very good job...
So I took the kit completely apart, repainted and rebuilt it and here’s the result.
And yes, I know, the doors don't fit that well. I'll try to do a better job next time.

 1928 Model A Ford Tudor
 
 
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1928 Model A Ford Pickup:

This model was another ready built kit (MPC '29 Ford Pick-Up 'The Wild Ones'), but it was poorly built therefore a bargain.
I used another MPC kit, the new customized only version (cheap buy too), to replace the damaged/unusable parts to rebuild the kit. 
For the 'wood' bed I used scale 1/72 Tauromodel transfers, officially
designed for planes but they work very well on cars too.

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 The 1929 Model A Roadster:

A model I built straight out of the box (AMT). Nothing much to add.
For the black striping I used Bare Metal Foil Black Chrome. A bit of a hassle, but it turned out rather well.

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The 1930 Ford Model A Coupe kit:

This Monogram kit was built straight out of the box with no changes. The only thing I changed was the color. On special request from a friend I painted it completely black and added some chrome trimming with Bare Metal Foil.
The chrome trimming looks cool on the black car. I like it.

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1930 Ford Model A Coupe
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The 1931 Ford Model A Sedan Delivery:

This kit was the 1931 Ford Model A Sedan Hot Rod from AMT.
I converted the kit to the stock version with a little help from another AMT kit (the four stock wheels) and made some minor changes to the bodywork to get the stock version right. The kit didn't have a no cargo bed at all on the inside so I added one with a wood grain structure as a finishing touch.
And I added a vintage-style graphic on the closed windows.

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The 1929 Ford Model A Ken's Garden Supplies Truck
Some time ago I noticed the Revell 1929 Ford Model A Rat Rod issue. I liked the car because I did't have a closed A cab in my collection. I decided to build it stock with the stock wheels from an AMT '29 Roadster. I was still busy building the stock version when I had a nice idea for a specialconversion.
So I got myself another Rat Rod kit, another '29 Roadster for the stock wheels and started building.
And here is the result, Ken's Garden Supplies Ford Truck.
The rear section is a superstructure made from 1mm plastic which was completely covered, inside and outside, with 0.5mm x 3mm wood. I used a grand total of 267 pieces of wood.
I had some trouble to get the hinges of the rear doors right, but thanks to a fellow model builder I got some very small hinges which were perfect.
 
 
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The 1929 Ford Model A Ken's Garden Supplies Truck
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The 1929 Ford Model A Ken's Garden Supplies Truck
A small 'between jobs' project, a 1930 Ford Model A Stakebed.

I had two '30 Ford Model A Tourings (made by Monogram, scale 
1/24), both were build and they had to come apart for painting and re-assembly. Looking at all the parts I decided that with no 
'30 Model A pickup/stakebed model in my collection, 
I should have a go at it.
The rear of the touring was cut off and the section with the rear 
doors was removed. Surprisingly enough the remaining part fitted
without any problem to the front section. Just a few little tweaks
and it was ready.
The floor of the stakebed was borrowed from an AMT 
Beverly Hillbillies Buick kit. The rest of the stakebed was
scratchbuilt from wood and thin strips of easy to cut red copper strips.

A littlle weathering was applied and that's it.
Nothing special, but fun to build.

 
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1930 Ford Model A Stakebed
 
 
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1930 Ford Model A Stakebed

 

 
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The Ford Model A Phaeton

This is basically an out of the box stock build of the Monogram 1/24 scale '30 Ford Model A Phaeton kit. I added some chrome foiling and relocated the small parking lights to the correct position.

The belt line was hand painted as it I still don’t trust myself with masking tape. And I like the color combination, the maroon body with the light tan hood and yellow wheels. And that’s about all I can tell about it.

1930 Ford Model A Phaeton
 
 
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The 1930 Ford Model A Pickup (7 pictures):

Some time ago I noticed a picture of a nice conversion. It was a Model A Coupe converted to Pickup.
I liked the idea so I started digging in the stash and parts heap to see what I had. And I was lucky. I had a new '30 Ford Model A Coupe kit and a spare '30 Ford Model A fender assembly. Both were from Monogram, the Special Interest Series, and in 1/24 scale.
Time for some serious cutting!
First I lengthened the fender assembly and the chassis, including the driveshaft and other parts, with about 2 centimeters.
After that the Coupe body was reworked. The rear part of the Coupe body with the dickey seat was removed and replaced with a straight piece of bodywork. The pickup bed is a heavily modified pickup bed from a ’34 Ford. After al that work, the rest was pretty straight forward. The color combo maybe not original Ford, but I liked the combination of gray, black and red.

1930 Ford Model A Pickup detail
 
 
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1930 Ford Model A Pickup
 
This model started as a 1930 Ford Model A Woody. A Monogram kit from the EarlyIron Series in 1/24 scale.
The kit was intended to be built as a custom cars with a large Chevy V-8 and Kelsey-Hayes wheels with Goodyear GT tires. As I only build stock models I decided to convert it back to 100% stock.
I had enough spare parts to build a stock chassis, including the stock 4-cylinder engine, so that problem was quickly solved.
After that I had to modify the left front fender. The custom car had no side-mounted spare, so I had to be creative with some plastic to create the original holding space for the spare.
The body was mainly stock, so not much work was needed on that. But I had to maje things difficult and decided to remove the rear doors, creating a two-door woody. And to be complete, the rear door was build in a closed version to get the correct look for the Deluxe Delivery version.
Painting the car was no problem, but the real challenge was to create a wood-grain structure on the plastic. Most times the grain structure is over-accented, which maybe looking nice, but it's not correct considering the small structure of the 1/25 scale wood grain. It did cost time, a lot of time to get it right, but I achieved a very subtle wood grain structure. If you look at the pictures you'll notice it.
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1930 Ford Model A Woody
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1929 Ford Model A Woody
The 1929 Ford Model A Sedan Delivery:
Some time ago I bougth a resin body from a 1929 Ford Model A Sedan Delivery. I'm not 100% sure, but I think the manufactures was Flintstone Resin. Allthough I didn't have a complete 'donor' kit for all the other parts I needed (fenders, chassis, engine, tires, wheels and so on) I had enough left-over parts from other Ford Model A kits (probably all older Revell kits).
The resin body did not need much work. I only added some more detailed hinges on the doors.
This is the first car on which I modified the spokes of the plastic wheels. The original spokes are always too thick compared to the original. This is due to the fact that the molds used for the plastic injection proces theoretically could be made to scale, but if the spokes would be made to match the 1/25 scale they would be extremely thin, something like 0.03 inch. When the finished sprue with the plastic parts is ejected from the mold, it is very likely that such thin spokes wouldn't survive. Hence the thick spokes the manufacturer has to use. I had a go at the spokes with a very sharp knive (it is actually a surgical knife which is very, very sharp!) and managed to get the thickness from the spokes back from 0,08 inch to almost 0,04 inch. And believe me, that looks much more realistic. I have to admit that it is not one of my favourite jobs. It's a painstaking job which takes a full evening for all four wheels. But hey, it's your hobby...
The rest of the job was pretty straightforward. I added some lettering and Ford logo's, 'Backus Ford'. The paint is Tamiya Gloss Black and Racing Green. All in all a not too difficult build considering the resin body.
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The '23-'40 Ford Olympic Laundry Fleet.
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Some time ago I made a 1932 Ford Model B Sedan Delivery from the old AMT kit. The model was build as a stock '32 Ford Model B. I was looking for some kind of decals to put on the side of the car and found some nice ones in the AMT 1937 Ford Panel Delivery kit, the Olympic Laundry decals.
A few months later I decided to put together a 1923 Ford Model T Delivery Van from all the spare Model T Delivery Van parts. I had received some extra parts from a fellow model builder so I could use those too. I was thinking about a color scheme for that model and remembered the nice color combination I used on the
’32 Ford Model B, maroon fenders with an off-white body. And wouldn’t it be nice to use the same Olympic Laundry decals again? Old and new, a 1923 and a 1932 Ford from the same company. Ofcourse I needed another set of the decals so I went ‘shopping’ in my stash of kits. I noticed that I had several other kits from Ford Delivery Vans, the 1937 Ford Panel Delivery and a 1940 Ford Sedan Delivery, all Revell kits I bought some time ago.
And then I suddenly had an idea: why not build a complete fleet of Olympic Laundry cars. All with the same decals, all with the same color scheme!
Well, it did take some months, but soon I ‘owned’ a complete fleet of Ford Delivery cars from the Olympic Laundry Company.
However, there was a ‘missing link’ between the 1923 and 1932 model: the 1928-29 Model A. And a problem too: nobody ever made a model kit for the 1928-1929 Ford Model A Panel Delivery. So I decided to convert a Revell kit from a Model A Pickup to a 1928 Ford Model A Panel Delivery model. The cab was slightly modified and received a delivery rear section which was completely scrap build with Evergreen styrene sheets and strips.
And here is the result!
1923 Ford Model T Delivery Van Olympic Laundry
 
 
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1923 Ford Model T Delivery Van Olympic Laundry
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1923 Ford Model T Delivery Van Olympic Laundry
 
 
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1928 Ford Model A Panel Delivery
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1932 Ford Sedan Delivery
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1940 Ford  Sedan Delivery
 
 
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