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Hi there ! I've built my first kit from Moebius models, and that was very cool ! :)

Here is my last creation, a rusty farm truck. This is a 1971 Ford F100 Ranger XLT, 1/25 scale. The truck is built as a rusty farm truck. The owner got this Ford since 1979, and still drive it. It has a lot of rust on the body, but runs good ! :)



The passenger door has been replaced, by a standard F100 door, there are no chrome moldings.



The body is dirty and rusty.





Two hubcaps are missing, so the owner has put the two other ones on the same side.



If we take a look on the interior, we could see a mexican cover on the bench :

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A detail of the driver's door, you can see the rust is under the paint . The gas cap has been lost, so the owner put a rag...



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The stock 390ci engine :

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Under the truck :

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More pics later if you like ! :)

Edited by Piero

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Very nice job on the weathering .. not overdone and looks just right!

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Very impressive build...At least it looks like the farmer replaced the rear shocks!                                                                                                                                                                                                    

 

 

 

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That is fantastic work! It looks totally real. Good luck getting that spare tire off if you need it! (Don't ask me how I know.:lol:)

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Ok, ya got me. How'd you do the parking lot pic?

I've made a scale parking lot on a wood board. Then it depends how you take the picture. On that picture we see my parking lot, and the real parking lot :)

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Another outside picture :)

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