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I'm enjoying this one--great trick photography, and the weathering is really cool...and accurate! I see trucks like this parked out in fields or for sale all the time (western Canada, near Alberta/BC border). The "rag instead of gas cap" is a neat touch--there's a 1:1 abandoned '55 Ford near where I live that has the same thing.

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Fantastic job you have done on this, on the outside photos one could easily be fouled in to thinking it is a picture of a real truck:D

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I've made a video of this build :
 

Edited by Piero

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I like your quote "Each kit I build is really only practice for the next one!" :) That's exactly what I think when I've finished a model !

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      Pierre,

                Wow! That has to be one of the best pick up truck models I've seen in a while. Your weathering is spot on. And your photography is fantastic.

  Well done.

 

 

     Be Well

       Gator

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I've put a part of body tape on the body, and painted it. I also sprayed hair spray of the fresh paint, sometimes it works.

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