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80´Jep Honcho 1/24 Revell

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Hello, everyone. Simple kit. It was building very nicely. I adjusted the inside of the back a little bit, added a cap to the front window, and gave a metal tailpipe. The model is without the final varnish.

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Looks awesome.
I like the angle you got on some photos where it looks like the lights are turned on.

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Nicely done model. A little too much rust for my liking, but your technique is superb! Well done

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Another well weathered looking build. Your photography shows your build well also. 

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Thank you very much to all the guys for the nice sentences.

For Pierre: The taillights and blinkers were only pressed in body plastic, so I plastered them with aluminum foil and painted them transparent red and orange. Thank. :-)

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Wow!  What a great build. The tires look especially good. They have the grey look of real rubber. Your weathering is Superb, as well.  Looks like one of many trucks you see in the deserts in the Southwest USA.

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17 hours ago, alexis said:

Wow!  What a great build. The tires look especially good. They have the grey look of real rubber. Your weathering is Superb, as well.  Looks like one of many trucks you see in the deserts in the Southwest USA.

X2!

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Thank you again to everyone for very nice sentences.

For Alan: Yes, somehow I imagined it might be a pickup truck used in drier climates, like the desert. :-)

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PERFECT!!

These old trucks can look like this in the southeast, too!!

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Very cool, looks like something I'd see around here at a gas station with a snow plow on it. Great photos too!

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