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1953 Ford Country Squire

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Cool! I will follow your Progress, the same JF is waiting in the line

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Ben - with the level of detail and craftsmanship being thrown at this build, its sure to be a winner.

Keep up the good work!

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I've got one of these bodies as well, shipped as anectra when I placed an order for 3 other bodies. Don't know why it was shipped but I've had it for years now. Never really thought about building it because of the cargo area. Will be following. Looks great so far

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Hi Ben, anymore progress on this build.Very interested to see how it's going.

Cheers...........Frank

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If anyone considering building this model is looking to do really detailed wood grain you might consider looking into the decal set made by Uschi specifically for this body.These are a very transparent film with the wood grain on it so you decide what color the wood will be including any shading needed.To see these decals being used look at the beautifully done coach built '29 Ford roadster on these forums.

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This should be fun to watch!

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IMG_0147.thumb.JPG.0b94eca26874b347aa68cI haven't made any progress on this in a while.  

Ed, thanks for the interior shot.  I have been looking through images of these things, and rarely see the inside. 

I started working on the seat and interior panels.

 

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Nice work..!   I am a wagon nut but for the 60s/70s body styles...still that is going to be very cool.

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