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1/25 Revell Ford FD-100 Pickup


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Looks like the final box art for the forthcoming 1/25 Revell Foose Ford FD-100 Pickup kit has been released:

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It is happening!:D

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I'll be looking forward to seeing what's in the box. Right now I figure I'll pony up for at least three...one to chop radically and two for parts.

Got to get 'em before these molds disappear too...    ;)

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put me down for a couple!!!

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Tower Hobbies has photos of the Revell prototype build on their kit listing page. Front and rear 3/4 views. It looks great! 

Late May release date...

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I'm hoping this one won't suffer from the now-traditional Revell body proportion eccentricities we've come to know and love. On the other hand, the '62-vintage '56 kit was always a bit misshappen, too. Meh- I'm probably going to end up with a caseload of 'em either way. 

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Okay.  Here is the test shot we saw at our GTR November 2016 meeting.  Sorry a couple are blurry.  This one CANNOT BE  BUILT STOCK.

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The "proportional problems" are in the Foose design...this is a radically modified F100 and anyone unfamiliar with the Foose truck but knows what a 56 F100 should  look like may well be very disappointed.  I wish they'd choosen a stock bodied F100 instead....

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 what a 56 F100 should  look like

Aww c'mon, can't you see that it is beautiful ?? ;)

I'm planning to buy a few. Not because Foose has his name on it or anything, but because I like the way it looks.

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I think it looks cool and Foose did a great job on it. What I'm also seeing is a test shot of the 66 Suburban in the background :)

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Not a big Foose fan but I thought he did a great job on this one.

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love it may get 3 of them

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Weather it is our cup of tea makes no difference, it is new tea after all.  What engine is under the hood? To blurry for me to see. 

I will be picking up a couple, not making the 30 coupe mistake again. 

Edited by 1930fordpickup

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Looking forward to this. Really looks good. 

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So this is still due out in May? It`s been a while since I`ve been this excited about a new release, and I`m not even a pickup guy!

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I'll get a couple most likely. I have the old Revell kit that I combined with the AMT kit years ago to get a stock '56 so I don't need a stock one. I like Foose's work and I'm glad to see any tie-ins that might bring new builders to the hobby and new kits to market! I would love to see a line of Overhaulin' kits based on the T.V. series that would result in new tools.

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Hobby Lobby has a slot marked for it, so it won't be long now!!!    :D

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 What engine is under the hood? To blurry for me to see. 

Should be a Roush 427R "Sideoiler" which, IIRC, is based on a Windsor block not an FE like the original Sideoiler. 

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The "proportional problems" are in the Foose design...this is a radically modified F100 and anyone unfamiliar with the Foose truck but knows what a 56 F100 should  look like may well be very disappointed.  I wish they'd choosen a stock bodied F100 instead....

Revell had a contest for modelers to choose the next Foose kit and this won the contest.  

 

Some higher-res pics from Revell:   Somebody please do a F  O  R  D tailgate, please! 

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Edited by Brett Barrow

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Brett, Thank You for the info on the engine and the Pictures. I like this look. 

I hope the old version tailgate fits. 

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... wish they'd choosen a stock bodied F100 instead....

Glad they didn't ... this one looks great!

 

mike

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I like it! Sure looks miles better than the old chewed bubble gun cab from the old kit! 

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Should be a Roush 427R "Sideoiler" which, IIRC, is based on a Windsor block not an FE like the original Sideoiler. 

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Roush may be building some Windsor engines, but that one is definitely an FE   B)

 

mike

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Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Roush may be building some Windsor engines, but that one is definitely an FE   B)

 

mike

Yep, based on the same engine that Shelby used in the 427 Cobra.

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I wonder if you use the cab from this kit & bash it with an older kit & build a stock 56?

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