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Just in time for Halloween, here is a quick build of the Revell Foose Ford truck.  

  • Salt method & Tamiya weathering kit over Krylon paints.
  • Custom ALPS decal
  • Modelhaus tires
  • steelies from the 49 Ford kit.
  • peel & stick veneer for the bed floor
  • distributor from Fat Kidd Hobbies
  • photoetch air cleaner and valve cover ornaments from my Detail Junkees line. 
  • Molotow for the chrome trim
  • all else box stock

 

 

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Great ageing finish. I expected a worn out 272 under the hood.

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I must commend you on that decal and application. It looks painted on. Very nice work.

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Just in time for Halloween, here is a quick build of the Revell Foose Ford truck.  

  • Salt method & Tamiya weathering kit over Krylon paints.
  • Custom ALPS decal
  • Modelhaus tires
  • steelies from the 49 Ford kit.
  • peel & stick veneer for the bed floor
  • distributor from Fat Kidd Hobbies
  • photoetch air cleaner and valve cover ornaments from my Detail Junkees line. 
  • Molotow for the chrome trim
  • all else box stock

 

 

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Very cool!!! Any chance I can buy a set of those decals?

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Very cool!!! Any chance I can buy a set of those decals?

actually, yeah! I had 2 sets made in case I messed then up. Inbox me. 

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I must commend you on that decal and application. It looks painted on. Very nice work.

thanks! Microsol & microset make all the difference.

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Great looking truck, I really love your take on it. This is almost the same idea that I have with mine. Make it look "stock" and wheathered and the body modifications are so subtle that many would belive it to be a stock truck.

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Cool build.  Very good work on the weathering.  Very realistic and not over done.

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Great looking truck, I really love your take on it. This is almost the same idea that I have with mine. Make it look "stock" and wheathered and the body modifications are so subtle that many would belive it to be a stock truck.

Thanks! Exactly. 

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