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Built from the Firestone kit. Scratchbuilt flatbed and 2" reciever. Monogram rims and 302 from the revell 32 Ford.

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Beautiful truck, I like the color scheme. Engine looks great too.

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That's a cool looking old Ford truck Randy! I like the color scheme on it! I could see myself driving something like that around on the farm. Are the tires from the kit? They suit it perfect!

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Great looking paint and trim. The Flat Bed is really a standout here. This looks way to nice to put to work. There're several newer trucks like this around here but they're all "Burning Coal" with a 2 foot diameter stack coming up behind the cab.    I like yours much better. 

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Thanks guys!

Yeah, those are the kit tires (plus 2 more)

These trucks take a lot of work to correctly replicate a 78/79. I got as close as I could, as the bumpers are wrong for these years. 

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Very nice, and good choice of colors. Great photos too!

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I love this truck! Great colors, really nice body & I love the trim work on the sides. I drove one like it as a kid only mine was green.

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Beautiful build, Randy. Nice work on the flatbed.

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