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Dominik

Ford F100 Paneltruck - Parts are his mission

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Hi everybody,

here i want to show you my Ford F100 Paneltruck. It is the "Harley Davidson"-kit from revell, but the decals were missing in my box. I bought it used. after three different paintjobs i didn't know, what i will do with him and so it goes back in may shelf. time is running and so i took him again, cut out the back doors, built the load room and placed a driver behind the steeringwheel. The guy is always making phinecalls - just like a woman...

For finish, i made a classic white-blue colored body. and put some "Stickers" on it.

Enough of words, take a look at the pictures:

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Sure, he had to delivery...

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....wait a minute...

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...here we go...

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I hope, he is not forgetting to close the backdoors, before i is going to drive...

Thanks for your attention, comments welcome ;)

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let me see if i can do this right.... das ist schonne? meaning to say, "that is shining (pretty)!"

it'd be simpler if you were Le Francaise.

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no wonder why there are so many accidents!

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Dominick, that truck of you'res is the first time I have ever seen this model built , besides myself . See, I own a 53 . I spoke to a resin caster several years ago about doing a stock conversion and a corrected body as the roof is waaaaayyyyyy too flat . I can send you some shots of mine if you like . Interesting model and a different subject , you get my vote just over that !

Ed Shaver

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Another nice build Dom! It looks good and the colors are perfect on it!

:D:)

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That's nice!!

B)

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Oh man, this is a wonderful model, and the details really make it stand out. Great job on the decals too. Very very nice. Congrats.

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I was just wandering, did you cut off the back doors and glue them in place? The truck looks great.

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Hi buddies,

thank you very much for kind words!

Dominick, that truck of you'res is the first time I have ever seen this model built , besides myself . See, I own a 53 . I spoke to a resin caster several years ago about doing a stock conversion and a corrected body as the roof is waaaaayyyyyy too flat . I can send you some shots of mine if you like . Interesting model and a different subject , you get my vote just over that !

Ed Shaver

Hi Ed, sure! Show some Pics of your Paneltruck. I always like to see different versions of a kit. If you want, post it here or in a thread of your own. Its you choice ;) The different roof is interesting - i think not only for me.

I was just wandering, did you cut off the back doors and glue them in place? The truck looks great.

Hi Ken, i cut it out and tried, to make the doors movable - but i "failed" after a lot of tries. So i fixed it open. If i make those workes like cutting out doors, i try always, to have it movable.

@all: with this little scene, i tried to show "fast delivery", "load securing" like in real life - also the "relaible" driver :D

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that's pretty cool B) i built mine as a stock-ish Wonder bread delivery van

Hi Dave, would like to see yours too :)

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