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 I built this one for our clubs monthly theme. 

You had to use the Monogram 1929 Ford Roadster Pickup and this is how I built mine. 

 

 

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Very cool little pickup.  Looks like something a farmboy would have thrown together.  I like it.

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Very nice! And with the fuel cell in the bed, it can't be considered a "truck" anymore, it's a ROD and should remain in this section! B) Well done and model on! B)

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I dig it. The Revell Model A chassis and engine look right at home there. Well done.

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Very cool!  I have one of those I built from an old built up.   I love that series of Monogram Model A's.

And I hope to own a 1:1 roadster pickup similar to this one day!

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Nicely done. The modern fuel-cell works remarkably well with the otherwise very traditional build.

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22 minutes ago, Snake45 said:

Very nice! And with the fuel cell in the bed, it can't be considered a "truck" anymore, it's a ROD and should remain in this section! B) Well done and model on! B)

 

11 minutes ago, Ace-Garageguy said:

Nicely done. The modern fuel-cell works remarkably well with the otherwise very traditional build.

I forgot all about the truck  section when I was posting it. 😳 

 

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Well, I tried to help keep it in the rod section. Glad I was able to see it before it got kicked downstairs here--I'd have missed it. (I minimize the truck section and never look at it.) 

My condolences. 

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3 hours ago, Snake45 said:

Well, I tried to help keep it in the rod section. Glad I was able to see it before it got kicked downstairs here--I'd have missed it. (I minimize the truck section and never look at it.) 

My condolences. 

😂😂👍🏻👌🏻

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Nice job! The Monogram Model A's are fun kits! 

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Thanks for all of the comments. I had a lot of fun with this one and how it turned out. 

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On 8/20/2019 at 9:15 AM, Tom Geiger said:

Very cool!  I have one of those I built from an old built up.   I love that series of Monogram Model A's.

And I hope to own a 1:1 roadster pickup similar to this one day!

Hey, Tom!  Here's my pickup model and the real one under it.  It's a lot of fun but a certain amount of headaches as well.  After all the truck is 90 years old!

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24 minutes ago, Chariots of Fire said:

Hey, Tom!  Here's my pickup model and the real one under it.  It's a lot of fun but a certain amount of headaches as well.  After all the truck is 90 years old!

 

Very cool Charlie!  Thanks for showing me!   See you soon!

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