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I finished up this kit,  pretty much box stock “curb side”. the Goodyear tire decals are from powerslide, mirror and wipers scratch made from wire and scrap pieces of photoetch .

378-F7-B51-94-BB-4-ED1-BD5-D-68-DF38-BE6

 

53-FE9831-18-F4-4-D48-8403-55-AB1-B186-E

 

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B933-BAC6-F9-C4-49-CD-A563-FC30960-BC965

 

7-CC15-DF1-FB12-47-CE-9870-659-A0-E79-DF

 

ECF517-CD-54-C9-433-C-A13-B-F1102-F575-A

 

07-B3357-F-F661-4072-B2-C5-EE06096-A6-FE

 

E04345-B3-0-A10-4-AE9-B600-C125-D54-A7-C

Edited by JET.

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this is very great. which kit did you start with? is it the revell snow plow?

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14 minutes ago, youpey said:

this is very great. which kit did you start with? is it the revell snow plow?

Thanks, yes the snow plow kit 

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Nicely done! The weathering is especially fantastic! 

Cheers,

Albert

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Perfect execution.

when I think of a square body GM truck, this is exactly what I picture!

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World-class weathering!  I've owned a few Chevy/GMC pickups of that era and you nailed it.

I saved a couple of those pictures to give me a goal for my next build.

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Perfect amount of weathering. I love the chalky look of the paint, GREAT JOB!

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OMG!! Throw the saws in the back and lets go cut a load of wood. Love it!!! ??

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Excellent work on this one. Weathering is fantastic.

Obviously not built to represent a truck that has lived in Canada its entire life!

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Ultra-realistic weathering! Not overdone at all. What a great build.

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