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Just thought I'd throw my hat in the "I'm not going to build the Foose '56 kit as the Foose '56" ring. To that end, the wheels and tires from the Foose Cadillac were used, the drilled front bumper from an AMT '53 F100 was added, and the truck was powered by a Lincoln 368 made using bits from the AMT '57 Ford hardtop and the Chris Craft boat kit. The Glacier Green paint I used on the Hudson pickup conversion I finished a while ago was still sitting nearby, so it was pressed into service again for this one. 

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Edited by Chuck Most

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Nicely done with the body weathering.

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I really like this one. Right up my alley.

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Looks very nice!  The weathering looks quite realistic.

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Always enjoy whatever you crank out of the workshop Chuck! This one is a really nice ride, love the changes you made and as usual, the weathering looks great!

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like the look of the Caddy wheels, gonna try that on mine....

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Great work on the rust! Very convincing.

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