Old Craftsmans Ford

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Hi together,

I got you now once a fast-fast-times-built Ford, that i only gave a story ;) .

He was so unassuming at the junkyard and I really did not know what to do with it.

Do not ask me what it is exactly for one, I have no idea.

It was built, not by me. I gave him only "a bit of stuff"...

Times as fast in one evening, a frame on it and .... ah, see for yourself:

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My favorite site - crooked and wrong :D

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That's it again. Modified (probably) nothing more to it. Let's see what you mean to ...

Ah yes, now that I see it:

Load restraint is written with me big

For valuable information about model, year and manufacturer (I'm just too lazy to google) I am grateful and I will change my title accordingly.

Edited by Dominik

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Posted · Report post

very nice build, great details and atmospheric shot

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Posted · Report post

Looks pretty good to me. I like that rear view photo too. Nice attention to detail.

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Ken Hamilton built a similar truck for the "other" model magazine about 10 years ago. Yours, in comparison, contains more wire and coupler details. Thank you for sharing.

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Posted · Report post

That's neat. Nice job!

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Love it!

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Very cool - lots of character! Nice work!

Sam

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Posted · Report post

Really, really cool!

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Very cool work truck. Nice build & great weathering. Love the "stuff" in the bed.

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Thanks for words buddies,

in the meantime, he get some mirrors and the driver a ticket for non-load-safety :lol:

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