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Hi all Here are some photos of a 1950 Chevy I just finished. Some minor detailing. Who can guess where the wheels came from?
Started this kit a week ago after a long time off from building. It started life as the revell gmc plow truck but, thats far from what it will end up as. I added the molding/ trim to the sides and tailgate sections, also added a drip rail, body dropped the bed floor so it can lay as low as possible. Should be a fun replica to build just need to find a set of wheels from a 72 Chevy truck kit like the stock hubcaps...
Here is a 1950 Chevy Truck that i built as a work in progress truck/daily. I've seen a couple 1:1s like these and decided why not build one, but for some reason i think this one took longer to build then one those that i've built with full paint and gloss! Red primer with touch ups and bondo spots, custom made spare tire fender and spare tire carrier, dropped stock suspension, custom made 560 white walls, custom made from bumper cattle guard, custom made step board luggage carrier, and a bunch of other misc items.
PappyD340 posted a topic in Model Trucks: Pickups, Vans, SUVs, Light CommercialHey guys finished this one up the other day. A Revell 1964 Chevy pickup fleetside, painted with Boyd's Cheezoom Teal Pearl decanted and cleared with Model Master Ultra Gloss decanted then airbrushed 3 coats of each, wet sanded and polished. I did a little kit bashing on this one used the seats, console, steering wheel, engine from the AMT 1967 Chevelle pro street kit ( the green max rat kit ) the body got messed up somehow so I have been robbing parts from it The interior is done in all craft acrylic paints except for the dash. The bed is also done with craft acrylic paint and I made some washes from the same paints just used a couple different shades of brown the grain was done with a mechanicle pencil then it was cleared with Ceramcoat acrylic semi-gloss urethane, then BMF was applied. Engine is a Chevy 427, used Parts by Parks distributor and coil the headers were completely disassembled and cut reshaped put back together to make shorty headers to drop straight down because they would not work in their original form you can see on the underneath pic I lowered the truck just enough to give it the old hot rod look, buy removing the front spindles and repositioning then and I shaved the rear spring disks to match. baby moons are from Parts by Parks. Thanks for looking