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I just did a search for ford couriers and didn't find but one on here. I was wondering if anybody else had any pics of built up ones that they could post up. I have 2 in 1:1 scale and i love these little trucks. here are some pics of 2 that i have built

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Those both came out pretty cool. Very nice work, Josh. I have the old AMT Stones kit in my collection. Maybe one of these days....

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When I first saw Ford Courier, I thought of the Ford sedan deliveries , 1950-60. they too were Ford Couriers Ed Shaver

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The Sven's World of Wheels site has a cool Courier built up into a pro mod pizza delivery truck.

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When I first saw Ford Courier, I thought of the Ford sedan deliveries , 1950-60. they too were Ford Couriers Ed Shaver

yea didn't think about that when I started the post but you could add them in here also if you would like.

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The Sven's World of Wheels site has a cool Courier built up into a pro mod/pizza delivery truck.

thanks I looked it up they have some nice builds over there

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Josh, I'm building a 53 Ford Courier , it's far from a stage to photograph it yet . The body is available from Jim Flintstone . You need preferably, a Linburg Victoria to finish . The Convertible pace car has the wire wheels . Somebody needs to do the cheepie pieces like hubcaps ............ I think ken Kitchen still makes the 215 six OHV motor . Ed Shaver

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Josh, I'm building a 53 Ford Courier , it's far from a stage to photograph it yet . The body is available from Jim Flintstone . You need preferably, a Linburg Victoria to finish . The Convertible pace car has the wire wheels . Somebody needs to do the cheepie pieces like hubcaps ............ I think ken Kitchen still makes the 215 six OHV motor . Ed Shaver

sounds like a cool project. I have been thinking about getting the 61 courier resin body from jimmy flintstone but haven't yet

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I do have a few more, but besides the Flathead powered Flareside, this is the only one I have a picture of at this time.

This was built from the Monroe Magnum Styleside 2wd kit.

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Well, in 2004, I designed this '57 Ford Courier in 1/24 as a diecast, for Johnny Lightning!

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I had a lot of help from Matt Usher at Ford Motor Company.

Art

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Looking for it now to snap a pic, but I have a WIP Courier that will be done up in mini-truck style. Last I saw it it had the doors opened, a suicide hinged hood, and the grille was reworked to resemble a '70 Mustang.

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Here it is- it's looked exactly like this for about three years now.

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looks good so far. I have a bunch of those like that I started them and they are still on the backburner for a couple of years

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I built this one back in the '90's. Domino's used to use these as delivery trucks. They also had a marketing gimick that they would delivery in 30 minutes or less. So I thought there trucks needed a little help.

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Our Ford courier models look like these :(

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Wow, I could use that. But the black bumper look makes it look cheap.

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It does!

I was reffering to the Korean-built, US-market Fiesta though. ;)

Or was it Festiva...?

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This was my Courier. Style is previous to the one the model kit shows. Wish this was available in scale!

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that body style was made in scale I have been looking for a couple of those that body style also. I know one of them was i tink the coors cruiser or something like that and another was fun truckin. they both where stepsides though don't think they ever mad a fleetside one.

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