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Here's a pickup i built to replicate one of the company's vehicle i'm working for, it's an Hydro-Québec's light duty truck from 1965.

Because 1965 was the last year with these logos.

It's been painted the correct gray with Krylon paint, and i did some weathering to represent a few months old truck that have visited a few construction sites.

It's box stock except for the helmet on the dash.

 

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Nice looking truck. good subtle dirt effects on the fenders.

David G.

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3 hours ago, David G. said:

Nice looking truck. good subtle dirt effects on the fenders.

David G.

Thank you!

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I agree with David G the light touch of mud like you might get from a puddle or two looks great, and the bed shows it's new on the job.   

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Great job. Public utilities, cities, military,  bought  plenty of these base model Flaresides, your '65 is an excellent representation. Like the  stance  and safety helmet touch.

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5 hours ago, espo said:

I agree with David G the light touch of mud like you might get from a puddle or two looks great, and the bed shows it's new on the job.   

Thank you!

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Thank 's for the comments!

It's been a lot of fun to build this beautiful kit from Moebius.

No  polishing for that Krylon paint, it nailed the commercial look just perfect,and i'm experiencing weathering more and more with these builds!

It's my first for 2020..

 

 

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nice work. was going to say super clean.. but looks like she got dirty on the dirt road. 

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