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Bobchayer

1921 Ford Model T Flatbed Truck

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1921 Ford Model T flatbed truck 1/24 scale  kit manufactured by Tin Lizzie Crafts, Box 191, Wiscasset, Maine 04518 manufactured in 1989. Kit contained metal  wheels, rubber tires, card stock, brass and steel wire, and cast  metal headlights. Springs were created from commercial flat brass wire.  0.5 Mm sheet styrene was substituted for the cardboard hood and ATM model t plastic fenders altered and shaped to fit were used in place of cardboard fenders and steps. Wood was sealed with several coats of a commercial sanding sealer. These kits are no longer manufactured as the owner of TIn Lizzy Crafts died in July 2016. They can occasionally be found on eBay and in northern New England stores.011.thumb.JPG.f92bf1d6b7d6d09ad2598a38d1012.thumb.JPG.1f9aa9bbd03c4a45eec6c1aac2013.thumb.JPG.b4058ea501f519ff9840c3f33d010.thumb.JPG.8e0b4b3eff103bf5026b7aada0

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These trucks you've been posting are all really neat, a breath of fresh air. Thanks for sharing them!

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I'm building a model of a 1921 Marland oil station that would be fine with your work along side in . I can see where you really took pride in the way the joints went together and that is impressive !

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