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Gerald Haney

1940 Ford Sedan - Jeremiah Weed Whiskey Wagon

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I finished this one in July 2020.  1940 Ford Sedan AMT 1:25

wired and plumbed fuel lines, Detail Master Carbs, Z-Man Wheels, seat cover made from Cross Stitch thread.  Open the cowl vent and hinged the rear door.   Trailer was scratch built using 40 ford truck fenders, inner fenders from a 30's Ford coupe, running boards are shorten from teh '37 ford kit. bed floor was made from two 50 Chevy pickups.  Trailer Jack 3D printed.  Wheels on trailer are Pegasus.  Chopper was from the 1980 Monte Carlo Kit, Ratchet Strap from Highlight Model Studio. Kegs in rear were 3D printed, Helmet is from the 60 Chevy Pickup kit with the go cart.  Bumper Stickers were printed by me.  The Jeremiah Weed Logos were printed by 124stancebuilt on instagram. Miss Fortune figure is from IceMan Collections on eBay.

 

 

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I like the distressed looking paint finish. Very well done trailer also. That and the Cycle make the perfect "Pull Toy" for the Delivery. The Delivery interior looks like fun also. 

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Beautiful work on this, there are so many fine details to catch the eye.  Really like the subtle depictions of surface rust and that seat cover is gorgeous. Are those dents on the upper right rear corner of the body, or is that a reflection?  Just wondering the need for two shift levers.

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Very cool set up. Plus I love a lady with a pair of 45's. The guns guys, the guns ! 😀

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Too cool! So much to soak in, have to keep coming back to see it all. Great job on that build. Love the chopper and the custom trailer to haul it.

Jeff 

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Amazing work! I love everything about it.

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Fantastic build! Love it! May I ask where you got the figure at?

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16 hours ago, TarheelRick said:

Beautiful work on this, there are so many fine details to catch the eye.  Really like the subtle depictions of surface rust and that seat cover is gorgeous. Are those dents on the upper right rear corner of the body, or is that a reflection?  Just wondering the need for two shift levers.

 

those are just reflections.  I caught the two shifters as I was assembly and the photo taken from above shows the shifter on the column removed.  Thanks for appreciating the details!

7 hours ago, slusher said:

Fantastic build! Love it! May I ask where you got the figure at?

Thanks Slusher, the figure was ordered on ebay from the seller: Iceman Collections. Joel Mendoza.

 

Than you to everyone.  on to the next one....

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Gerald, my hat is off to you. Fantastic work on this one. 

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Pretty cool combo.  Nice work detailing the engine.  I really dig the seat cover. Very realistic weathering.

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Gerald, this speaks to me. Ride height is perfect, love the wide whites, interior, it's all very nice. Makes me want to try one of those "thread" seat covers. Elmers white glue for the thread on the seat ?

Cheers, Steve

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On 8/18/2020 at 10:17 PM, Steve H said:

Gerald, this speaks to me. Ride height is perfect, love the wide whites, interior, it's all very nice. Makes me want to try one of those "thread" seat covers. Elmers white glue for the thread on the seat ?

Cheers, Steve

Thank you. No I didnt use white glue. It is just thread laid on the sticky side of clear packing tape.

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