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This was my second attempt at weathering a couple of years ago. I originally built it as more of a 2wd hot rod, but was never really happy with it. I put it on the Fall guy frame with some ground hawg tires and instantly liked it better. These photos were taken when it was almost done. 

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Cool project! Lifted 4x4 is definitely the way to go! I like it!!

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Definitely one nice conversion.  Your weathering is very convincing.  Would like to see this one in person at the CKM show this coming August.

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On 1/5/2018 at 8:48 AM, TarheelRick said:

Definitely one nice conversion.  Your weathering is very convincing.  Would like to see this one in person at the CKM show this coming August.

Thanks a lot man. I usually just come to that show to browse. But I do enter a lot of others between VA and SC 

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3 hours ago, Sasquatch86 said:

Thanks a lot man. I usually just come to that show to browse. But I do enter a lot of others between VA and SC 

When you come to the next show, how about browsing by my table.  I usually have a couple boxes of kits I am trying to get rid of. :rolleyes:

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2 hours ago, TarheelRick said:

When you come to the next show, how about browsing by my table.  I usually have a couple boxes of kits I am trying to get rid of. :rolleyes:

I can't imagine I HAVEN'T browed your table before lol. 

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Nice work on the weathering and the chassis swap works well.

David G.

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These photos were taken when it was almost done. 

Well, lets see some DONE photos!

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