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  1. andrewchaisson added a post in a topic F150 AAA light service   

    Some updates, have the bull bar and winch mostly done. Just needs some detailing. Body is prepped for paint and service body is "done" well until I find something else to add. The bull bar and winch are built from stock .20 styrene and tubing.

  2. andrewchaisson added a topic in On the Workbench: Pickups, Vans, SUVs, Light Commercial   

    F150 AAA light service
    Hey guys, long time follower first time poster. I recently started building my work truck. My truck was a 2010 F150 ext cab short bed with a utility cap, 12k pound Mile Marker winch, and a bed slide. The truck carries the basics to do flat tires, lockouts, jump starts, and about 15-20 batteries for the battery program. I couldn't find a 2010 so I ended up going with the revell 97 f150. It will work for me. I'm not looking for exact more of a let's see if I can do it type of thing. My skills are very much beginner so there has been a lot of trial and error. The cap is coming along well, still need to build the rear doors, and assemble the batteries for the slide. Anyway, of to the pics!

    That's what I have so far the side panels open and the bed slide is functional. I'll try and find more pictures of the actual truck so you guys have an idea of what im looking to do.
    Hints, tips, and criticisms are welcome. If there is a better way to do something I'm more than willing to try.
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