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mchook

1977 Ford Crew Cab Wrecker "Few New Pics!"

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Well here it is, finally done. I used 2 cabs & interiors & lots of evergreen styrene. Everything behind the cab is scratch built along with lots of other stuff. Thanks for looking!

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Wow, that's really nice!

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Now that is a COOL build! Looks Great! Did you lengthen the cab or was it resin?

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2 hours ago, Platerpants said:

Now that is a COOL build! Looks Great! Did you lengthen the cab or was it resin?

Thanks, no resin here. It was an ebay glue bomb that someone tried to stretch. After removing the paint & seeing what a mess it was, it was easier to cut it off & start fresh with another cab.

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Amazing looking, especially the bed and the boom parts. Very realistic in everyway. The "sling" even looks functional.  

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That is a spectacular build!  Great job.

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Awesome!!

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Nice job👍👍👍

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I watched the build under workbench,  fantastic job all around!  

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Outstanding in all areas, superior. The only other thing I would expect to see on a truck like that would be the company name on the doors, in a nice '70s tow truck font, possibly with license/GVWR numbers on the rear doors.

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great job looks awesome

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That's a tough looking build, nice work on the back half especially.

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Thanks guys, I tried to get a pic of the pto, 4 speed & other stuff but I just can't seem to get a good shot.

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Just fantastic!!!

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I like what you've come up with here! Looks Great! Great work!!

I've towed a lot of miles in a 69 Ford with a bed similar to this one.

Boy that's a long P.T.O. shaft.

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Good idea and great work on this bad boy. Thumbs up man.

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Very nicely crafted. I like everything about it.

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Great work!  I've got an extended cab '55 Ford in a box, it's not an easy conversion.  Yours looks outstanding.

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Looks Great! Fantastic  build! I like it very much!

Dennis

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Outstanding build!

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Posted (edited)

Thanks everyone! A few more pics of it at work. Just pulled this old hearse into the garage to work on.;)

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Very cool. Love the diorama too!

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Awesome truck, are there any pic's while you were building it?

 

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On 4/29/2018 at 11:44 AM, DumpyDan said:

Awesome truck, are there any pic's while you were building it?

 

Thanks, It is in the "on the workbench" section but some of the pics are gone. They were lost on an old computer that quit & I didn't back anything up. Here are a couple I found of it being built. & Thanks to everyone for all the great comments!!! 

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