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takers

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About takers

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  • Birthday 07/29/1945

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  • Location Idaho Falls Idaho
  • Full Name Terry Kerswell

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  1. takers added a post in a topic 35 Ford farm truck   

    Whoa!, I do beleive I got off on the wrong foot. I realize that a 1943 Ford Farm truck is not the one I want to build, rather the 1935, 36, or possibley the 1937 Ford farm truck. By using pictures I find on line, I might be able to scratch build the fenders, but the cab would take more work unless somehow I can kitbash a one from another Kit. Is the cab of a 1.5 ton truck very much larger than a pickup? Thanks fellows for the response you sent to me.
  2. takers added a topic in On the Workbench: Big Rigs   

    35 Ford farm truck
    I Want to build a 1/24th or 1/25th scale 1934,35, or 36 Ford 1.5 ton truck that my father had. I'm sure some kit-bashing and scratch building is in store but I could use some advice on where to start. I havn't been able to locate a model of this truck, so how do I go about building it?
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