Entex 1/16 scale 1914 Ford Model T flatbed

Ralph Durham
Ennis, Montana

Ralph built an Entex 1/16 scale 1914 Ford Model T flatbed and says, “This kit is rare and hard to find. It was 35 years old when I purchased it. It’s built from the box – the interior and part of the exterior are real wood.”

Posted 11/10/2010 10:29:59 AM by MeganMc
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  • re:Entex 1/16 scale 1914 Ford Model T flatbed

    Great job Ralph!
  • re:Entex 1/16 scale 1914 Ford Model T flatbed

    Ralph: You are truly an Artist! What beautiful workmanship! The only thing better would be to own the real thing. You should certainly be proud of such a unique ackomplishment in building this beautiful model. Thank you for sharing pictures of your model with us that are not so talented. Gives us something to work toward.
  • re:Entex 1/16 scale 1914 Ford Model T flatbed

    Great job Ralph. This is only the second time I have seen one of these kits actually built. The other was finished in a maroon color. These old Entex kits can be difficult to get right but you have pulled it off very nicely. Keep them coming. Cheers. Glen (aka Bearsgang).
  • re:Entex 1/16 scale 1914 Ford Model T flatbed

    very neat, beautiful works :)
  • re:Entex 1/16 scale 1914 Ford Model T flatbed

    Ralph, That is a great photo of the Model T. The model is even better in person!!! Great Job, as always! Mac
  • re:Entex 1/16 scale 1914 Ford Model T flatbed

    This makes me miss the old entex models even more. I wish they could be re-released. Beautiful work.
  • Entex 1/16 scale 1914 Ford Model T flatbed

    I recently purchased this kit as well and it's in my project queue. I plan on going with the Goodyear decal option, changing color from green to blue. And casting a BUNCH of tires from my 1913 Entex Model T van kit for cargo. GREAT job on yours!