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      Board Status   07/20/2018

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this is a resin from frontier,  put 64 dodge chassie under it along with the motor (maverick kit)

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Looks nice. Never saw one of his pickups built before. Was it a lot of work?

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Looks great.  I have seen a couple of these on the roads lately.  They are different, but cool looking.

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Pretty cool model.

Interesting...but you might consider that it most likely wouldn't work in reality. The Mopar "frame" is an integral part of a unibody car. It has zero strength once the firewall, roof, and quarter panels are cut off.

Though it IS possible to accomplish something like that, it takes engineering and fabrication that 99.99% of hot-rod or body shops just can NOT do.

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Definitely no sharp edges on this machine. Nice job and thanks for sharing.

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