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I have been thinking about building this for awhile and my model club is having a 55 56 57 any make any model build off so i thought this would be the time to get the vision out of my head. I havent done much yet but some cutting and glueing and alot of tape to get an idea. The wheels are from the snap tite chevy wrecker and the tires are 38 in TSL. I will probaly be slow on this since there is going to be alot of body work to get it to look right. here is a pic of the mock up. I have until July to get it finished so hopefully I can make the deadline

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That's gonna be cool Josh!

I like the idea of the stepside fenders on the Cameo bed! B)

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Looks like a very creative project. Good luck, I'll keep up with it...two SC 4x4's on the board, cool.

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I think I have a couple extra 55 P/U kits if you need parts. I built several and got tired of building them. Let me know if you need something.

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OOhhhh yeah...Already loving this.... B) ...Definitely will be keeping tabs on this build.....

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I think I have a couple extra 55 P/U kits if you need parts. I built several and got tired of building them. Let me know if you need something.

I could use an extra set of the stepside fenders. the ones I am using now are the ones that came in the 53 ford kit and the have the indention on the side where the lights go and I really don't like the way they look.I think the stock ones would look better thanks

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Ok. I'll check for them and let you know.

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That thing is meaty and wonderful. Like the riding height too.

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thats monster of a 55/57 chevy going too use some air bags four links front and back it would look dope B)

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thats monster of a 55/57 chevy going too use some air bags four links front and back it would look dope B)

probally gonna be leafs front and rear I am wanting to go with an olld skool kinda look

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Ok....No more posts unless there are pics to go along with it...I need my fix.... :lol: ...Seriously tho, this is such a cool project and I can't wait to see some more progress on it...Keep up the great work....----------Ed

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got a 92 chevy step side that get jack up got ? for u i got a 94 s10 whats best way to back half it

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got a 92 chevy step side that get jack up got ? for u i got a 94 s10 whats best way to back half it

not sure on back halfing a truck

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Josh,

I went looking for those fenders today and they are not in either box. Sorry, I apologize for getting your hopes up, I thought I still had them.

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Josh,

I went looking for those fenders today and they are not in either box. Sorry, I apologize for getting your hopes up, I thought I still had them.

thats alright with a little work i can use the others thanks for looking though

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Here is a little update I have the cab together and most of the gaps filled in now to the sanding. I also started sanding the molding off of the bed sides but no pics yet of the bed sides. here are the pics of the cab so far. I used nalene fingernail acrlyc to fill in the gaps.

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thanks ur doing great job on that monster of a truck like the f350 ford

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Looking good Josh! I'm watching your build as I continue to work on my '55 crewcab!

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