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25tpickup-vi.jpg

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Terry

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Love 'em all, but I have to say the '34 with the coop on the back is my favorite of the bunch.

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Love 'em all, but I have to say the '34 with the coop on the back is my favorite of the bunch.

x2 (Man of few words.)

Edited by Danno

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Again, great line up. I love them all too.

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love em all

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Beautiful looking Ford builds... I like them all. Great job.

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terry's builds look so real that i can hear chickens clucking and cows munching alfalfa through the fence right over there.....

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This is one of Terry's too... Terry is a true artist and a gentleman.

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Those are all nice trucks. The 50 looks like farm trucks I used to see around here years ago. The 34 is really cool!

Sam

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Those are all Great Builds!

CHEERS!

Tom

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Great stuff!!

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I have always admired Terry's work , and he is another one that i would like to see pictures of his whole collection.

Tim

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Terry, is there a particular method (tip) you use for dusting your models?

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I love the F1, just looks so real.

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Yeah, the '50 is completely dead on. Something about the stance separates it from all others I've seen, not just the cocked front wheels.

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This is one of Terry's too... Terry is a true artist and a gentleman.

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Those are beauties!!...I saw this one in a mag. article I'm pretty sure , what a great build B) B)

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Terry, is there a particular method (tip) you use for dusting your models?

Virg, on the '50 Ford, that's a combination of Floquil Mud (airbrushed lightly) and real dirt rubbed into the dried flat paint. Sometimes I just use Floquil Flat Finish and rub the paint into that when the paint dries.

That's about it.

Terry

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That's a great tip, Terry!

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This is one of Terry's too... Terry is a true artist and a gentleman.

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You want to know the scary part? This model is 25 years old!! Eeeyeeewwwww!!!!

April, 1986.

Terry

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You want to know the scary part? This model is 25 years old!! Eeeyeeewwwww!!!!

April, 1986.

Terry

Wrong make, but I still like the Chevy! :lol:

I can't hear any chickens or cows, but that might be because the old Hoyt-Clagwell won't pipe down. ;)

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Hey, I liked all of em, now lets see more ! Ed Shaver

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Pretty cool!

The F1 is also my favorite (mine is in showroomcondition).

This Chevy.......no big words about it - just Great!

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Want to thank you for both the weathering and building tips. Working on the '50 Ford, too, and especially like your detailing of the bed's exterior underside top edge.

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Nice truck collection. Wow! Love them all.

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