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1929 Ford Pickup 80's Contemporary Street Rod - A Tim Boyd Tribute!


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@Speedprosent along a '29 Truck Teaser:

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btw Paul's favorite line goes something like, "Some Assembly Required"...

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Now he says, "I'm about to put this in a box and send it to me!"  Should Paul Finish it or send it to me to finish? -KK

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Note to all you guys building 1980's themed Model A hot rod pickups as featured in this long-running thread - looks like once again, we as adult model car builders, are LEADING the latest trends in 1/1 scale hot rod building.  

I say this having observed Dennis' "1980's/very early 1990's" build theme that inspired this entire thread, and now, in the latest development, the GoodGuys organization is using the same theme for their latest giveaway OBS truck project as unveiled in the latest issue of the GoodGuys mag.  We're talking white with teal and pink graphics rendered in the very best Brian Bordon/Revell thematic layout, even Boyds billet wheels (that aren't 20's, 22's, or 24's)!   

And this is not the first time we've led emerging 1/1 scale hot rod themes.   Those of you following the model car scene in the1980's/early 1990's know exactly what I'm talking about.  

So...big kudos to you all.  And keep it up!   TIM 

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You guys look like you're having altogether too much fun so last week I threw this thing in a large zip-loc bag and hosed it down with oven cleaner. 

Not a pickup so I won't be posting it in this thread but I did a pickup last year, need a bit of variety.  

No pastels for me but some fine pearl may be in order. I have a set of decals from the first issue of the Monogram '39 Chevy delivery I'd like to use the signage from on this so looks like it's gonna be green.  

I'm also gonna start a '29 roadster loosely based on the Chuck Hoffman '28. That car is so perfectly timeless.

 

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On 5/28/2022 at 7:11 PM, tim boyd said:

Note to all you guys building 1980's themed Model A hot rod pickups as featured in this long-running thread - looks like once again, we as adult model car builders, are LEADING the latest trends in 1/1 scale hot rod building.  

I say this having observed Dennis' "1980's/very early 1990's" build theme that inspired this entire thread, and now, in the latest development, the GoodGuys organization is using the same theme for their latest giveaway OBS truck project as unveiled in the latest issue of the GoodGuys mag.  We're talking white with teal and pink graphics rendered in the very best Brian Bordon/Revell thematic layout, even Boyds billet wheels (that aren't 20's, 22's, or 24's)!   

And this is not the first time we've led emerging 1/1 scale hot rod themes.   Those of you following the model car scene in the1980's/early 1990's know exactly what I'm talking about.  

So...big kudos to you all.  And keep it up!   TIM 

At the pace this thread has maintained interest across such a broad base of contributors, but an even larger mass of followers.  From a modeler's idea (@Dennis Lacy) to impacting real life gatherings of "Auto Enthusiast".  Decades ago @Rocking Rodney Rat& I hosted model car shows at the NW GoodGuy's gatherings.  During a GoodGuy's event in Salem, OR a fellow rodder approached me at the model display and told me incorporated aspects of the ZR-6 in his '49 Chevy Fleetline.  Model builders have always been admired by the big car guys because they used to be model car builders themselves!  There are several of us on both sides of the hobby.  I build models that I can't afford to build in real life!  

Thanks, @tim boydfor all that you have graced us with over the years!!

On 5/28/2022 at 8:19 PM, Can-Con said:

You guys look like you're having altogether too much fun so last week I threw this thing in a large zip-loc bag and hosed it down with oven cleaner. 

Not a pickup so I won't be posting it in this thread but I did a pickup last year, need a bit of variety.  

No pastels for me but some fine pearl may be in order. I have a set of decals from the first issue of the Monogram '39 Chevy delivery I'd like to use the signage from on this so looks like it's gonna be green.  

I'm also gonna start a '29 roadster loosely based on the Chuck Hoffman '28. That car is so perfectly timeless.

 

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Chuck Hoffman '28

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I am back on deck.

I just read Tim's comment above and feel chuffed that we as a group are leaders in the auto design field. 

 

I have just finished a fuzz buster quick-build so that I can say I have completed at least one model this year - damn we are half way through the year already.

The paint job of the Pacific blue turned out OK I clear coated with Humbol super clear and had an oops that I sorted. Learn me for using an untried new airbrush which ended up having too big a nozzle. Well the Humbrol clear was taking it's time to set up and still is a little soft so I will need to be careful.

I got the pickup bed wood done. Base coat of light brown with dark brown and black dry brushed to bring out the grain. This was all covered in Tamiya clear red and the wear strips foiled. Not a big fan of this batch of foil I have. I seem to remember when it was first on the market it was easier to apply and buffed up super shiny and stayed stuck down.

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