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50 Chevy 3100 Rusty from Brazil

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Hi Folks...

Here we go with my last building...  ...a 55 Chevy 3100 Rusty.

I love this stylo, so It is my 2016's favorite model.

Some improvements in the engine, front suspension lowered e manufactured wheels. It is made in the dremel machine using stirene to center and Pegasus rims.


I hope you enjoy.

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Great Work, Great Pics.

Looks like nothing I've seen here in the US. It has a piquant foreign flavor, that makes it stand out from the crowd.

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The paint (or lack of) looks awesome! Nice flat bed too.excellent work!

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I like it a lot ... and all the detail looks right, new wheels and shiny engine.

I'd like to see it with that fancy hinged hood closed.

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That is just amazing. The longer I look at the pictures all of the little details start to appear. Rick mentioned the year model not being a 1955. In the US production this  cab shape was used thru the '54 production year. The series 1 '55 Chev. trucks were similar but with a one piece curved windshield and the series 2 trucks had the new body style that would run for many years. GM production in other countries are often different and some body styles stay in production for several years after they have ended here. This build looks very much like something that a shop would put together to be a work horse for hauling and what ever else was needed. I really like the look  of this build and the little details that went into it.   

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A '55 it is not. more like a '50 chevrolet.

Rick....you are totally right....i make a mistake in the title. It is a 1950 3100 Chevy AMT.

....but i don't know how change it..hahaha..

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Thank you guys for the inspiring words ...... I'm glad to share it here .....

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That is just amazing. The longer I look at the pictures all of the little details start to appear. Rick mentioned the year model not being a 1955. In the US production this  cab shape was used thru the '54 production year. The series 1 '55 Chev. trucks were similar but with a one piece curved windshield and the series 2 trucks had the new body style that would run for many years. GM production in other countries are often different and some body styles stay in production for several years after they have ended here. This build looks very much like something that a shop would put together to be a work horse for hauling and what ever else was needed. I really like the look  of this build and the little details that went into it.   

Many tks David for appreciate my truck and I know that 55 truck has a different front grille. Particularly I like the 55 model but needs to use a transkit to do it.

Here in Brazil it is called of "frog mouth"...hahaha

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