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Yes, it's a feasible archetype. I've been playing this kind of strategy since 2009. You can check the old Morphling.de site for my decklist before (Kitz/Quinn Arreza). Yesterday, we had a local vintage tournament and I made it to the finals but lost to an Oath Storm deck. This is my list:

12 Mountain
4 City of Traitors
4 Ancient Tomb
4 Simian Spirit Guide
2 Gorilla Shaman
3 Eidolon of the great Revel
4 Magus of the Moon
4 Manic Vandal
3 Phyrexian Metamorph
4 Ingot Chewer
3 Thorn of Amethyst
4 Null Rod
3 Blood Moon
4 Lightning Bolt
2 Dead/Gone
SB:
4 Leyline of Sanctity
3 Grafdigger's Cage
2 Dismember
2 Pyroclasm
2 Red Elemental Blast
2 By Force

My match up were:
R1 vs Paradoxical Mentor 2-0
R2 vs MUD Prison 2-0
R3 vs Eldrazi 1-2
R4 vs Oath Storm (same player I lost to in the finals) 1-2
R5 vs MUD Prison (He gave me the win and did some playtest) 2-1
QF vs Eldrazi Taxes 2-1
SF vs Ballista MUD 2-0
F vs Oath Storm 1-2 - I've made a bad keep on the play on the 3rd match. I kept a hand of 2 Mountains, 2 Null Rods, 2 Magus of the Moon, 1 Phyrexian Metamorph. My thought were if I could get to my second turn I could play rods and delay him a bit. He combo out on his 1st turn. I should have mull into Leyline or Grafdiggers or maybe a hand that could cast a turn 1 Rods.