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'65 Chevy C-10 Stepside


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Hey folks, back with another non-NASCAR vehicle project:
This time the excellent Revell ’65 Stepside. No chrome, low-profiles or carbon ceramic discs on this one, just good old sheet steel and skinny cross-plies and brakes the size of milk-bottle tops.

Built straight from the box and painted in Tamiya acrylics (my own mix), great relaxing build with no vices apart from the bonnet/hood that doesn’t match the contours of the main body – apparently a common problem with this ‘family’ of molds, but I guess most folks here know that already - I didin't !. No matter I thoroughly enjoyed it. As ever please feel free to ask any questions or make any comments or criticisms.

More soon, stay tuned.

Ian.

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I give it 5 stars, not that I am a Judge, I just like your Model, Nice Work.

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Very realistic !!!

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Very nice looking old work truck.  Used to see a lot like that running around the roads, now everything is jacked-up four-wheel drive with chrome wagon wheels and rubber-band tires, and not a speck of dirt on them.  Beautiful build.

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Very well done!

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Looks great. I like the "work horse" theme, most of these trucks were worked to death and never really appreciated for their service.  

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Very nice build!

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