Well the "Old 'Henry" 40 Ford Flat bed is finally finished.
It fought me a little, but I managed to get it done. There are many machined parts, inc dash clocks, gear lever, gas tank, pulleys, oil filter, brake discs, air filter and the tops and bottoms of the air bags on the suspension. The bags were machined on the lathe and covered in black heat shrink tubing. Once on, they look exactly like rubber and there's no painting. The front suspension is mostly scratch built and the brake calipers were modified from the parts box.
The hood and front wings were made as one, and the nose was modified where I took out a wedge section at the front, which sloped the nose down. The front hinges on scratch built hinges. The bed is scratch built with plastic sheet, square section and wood veneer. It hinges up and stays in place with an earth magnet and steel pin. Paint is pearl venom yellow and crystal flip flop red pearl over black. This was then cleared and polished.