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Just finished this up . Nice kit . Goes together well . Built right out of box , no mods .  Painted Tamiya Metallic Green and Tamiya Titanium Gold . Clear is Duplicolor 1k . Wheel spokes were painted with Mr. Hobby Brass . I put the decal on the air cleaner backwards . I did it while on the sprue not knowing it fit on the carb. one direction . I had a 50/50 chance of getting it wrong and I did . I always manage to goof on something . 

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I like the way you did your two tone color paint and great looking finish. You know if I was looking at the air cleaner still on the spruce I would have thought that the air cleaner would have gone the other way around as well. Very nice use of colors on the chassis and drive train. 

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Great paint job. I see it looks like you used the kit supplied wood decal for the bed. How did it lay down for you? I just painted and dry brushed wood grain on mine, figured the decal would give some trouble.

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