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I wanted to make this kit that a friend had offered me in March, but not to do what he expected of me. After some research on the net, I found a UTE military version. I made a Woody version .... the project was launched ideal to present it to NNL EAST. I used Primer Tamiya for the first time. And ZeroPaints painting, I was bluffing by this painting! Without dilution top! Vernish hobby colors. The roof has been lowered, the body studs have been modified, ben in scratch with real wood ...... Seen at NNL EAST 2017.

WIP Photos : https://public.fotki.com/Zelkam/stock/ford-1941-ute-woody-/

WIP in Video : https://youtu.be/_89mZYN2UxY

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That is a Award Winning Model, Beautiful just Beautiful, very nice work all the hard work paid off. 

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That's very well done and creative. I love 41 Fords and th are rarely done.

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That's a well executed conversion - well done!

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That is a seriously cool model!  Great paint, foil, and woodwork.  Thanks for sharing.

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Looks good.  I kinda want one now.  I saw a concept for a Bronco woody awhile back that looked really cool.  I'd like to see someone do it.

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Nice conversion - the woodwork looks extremely realistic.

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A beautiful model and build!

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Very well done conversion, A '41 Ranchero with the Country Squire trim option. Love it.  

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Awesome work.  Looks super!

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