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Just finished up my latest build, a 1955 Ford Panel Truck.

Build went together well, had to strip off the previous builders 5 different paint colors and the excess glue that was used to attach everything together.

Wanted to make it stand out so decided on some flames and parts box decals to break up all the red paint.

Overall I'm happy with how it turned out, went from a basket case to something that would get my attention if I seen it rumbling down the highway.

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5 hours ago, FLHCAHZ said:

Fantastic transformation.  Nice save!

Thanks Chaz

5 hours ago, David G. said:

Nice detail on the interior. 

Excellent choice of decals.

Great work on the rescue and resuscitation.

David G. 

Thanks David, wasn't sure how this one would turn out but i'm happy with it.

5 hours ago, Zippi said:

That turned out great Jason.  The red looks nice and the logo on the side looks pretty kewl. Nice job on the restoration.  

Thanks Bob

4 hours ago, Tom Geiger said:

I love restoring old junkers!  I think about what the reaction would be if the original kid saw it!  Great job, it was fun riding along!

Thanks Tom

2 hours ago, espo said:

I liked watching your build on this. Looking at it now it is hard to realize just how bad it was when you started. 

Thanks David, it was pretty rough when i started i wasn't even sure how it would turn out.

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