'60 Chevy Tub

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Step one... pick up a '60 Chevy Pickup kit

Step two... formulate a build plan

Step three... abandon that plan about a third of the way through

Step four... say "Meh..." and let it become what it becomes! :lol:

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that is just plain awesome!

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wow pretty neat and taste full !

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Nice work on the glovebox! I'd drive this thing around for sure!

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That's got a cool look to it.

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my jaw dropped!!! awesome!!!!

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That's pretty cool. Where'd the clear steering wheel come from? It's a nice touch.

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I like the ski pole ends in the grill. B)

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Aha- a proto- K5 Blazer. Where'd you get those tail lights?

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Yeah, that's wat I thought too, a 60's Blazer! Good idea Chuck. Too bad GM didn't think ta do it! Looks NICE, even in prime!:blink:;) ;)

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Thanks guys!

The clear steering wheel is from an AMT '62 Catalina, same as the seats. No idea where the horn button came from. The 'taillights' are actually the hood pods/turn signals from a '59 El Camino.

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Sweet truck

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Hey Chuck,

Wow!! That's all I can say at this moment. :D

Mike

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Very cool build!!

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That's a really cool old truck Chuck! I think I'll steal...er...borrow that idea!

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Well Chuck that is Uniquely..well unique!...but from you I would expect no lesstongue.gifbiggrin.gif

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i like the gaugers and i love the mill :lol:

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