1992 Ford F-350 service truck

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That came out awesome! , Everything looks superb ( I especailly love the grey wheels )

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-MJS

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Coooool service truck! Have you build the bed yourself or is it a upgrade?

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Great looking Service truck.

Scuffed tires, Factory gray wheels and spare wheel looks great on it..

Engine looks great too.

Great all around build.

Looks Brand new :D

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Now, That looks fabulous!! I love it.

Where did you find the appropriate wheels? they're perfect

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Coooool service truck! Have you build the bed yourself or is it a upgrade?

Now, That looks fabulous!! I love it.

Where did you find the appropriate wheels? they're perfect

Thanks, the bed, wheels, and tires are from the Modelhaus. I rolled it around in genuine Arizona dust to highlight the tires, and got scale rocks in the treads as a bonus.

--MJS

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this turned out looking good lot of detail. looks like its ready for some work

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Wow, Mike!

Very, very nice!!

B)

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When I saw the first pic, I actually thought it was a 1:1 truck. It's that good.

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Well done. I like the small details, such as the tire wear, dash and running boards.

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This is one of the nicest service trucks I've seen! Everything looks so well put together that it looks like a kit out of a box instead of the kitbash it actually is. Well done Mike!

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This is outstanding! Excellent!

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Looks like IR has a new service truck ready to hit the road, direct from the Ford dealer!

Great job on that Mike, it looks fantastic. I could have sworn that it was the real thing!

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Awesome truck, love it

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Looks like they take pretty good care of their trucks in that fleet. B)

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Very nice build. The addition of the Tichy bolts for lug nuts really helped the wheels.

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Really nice job on this truck! The photos look real! Good work!

Sam

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Well done!

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Very nice job Mike! I like the extra details! B)

Where did you find the mirrors at?

I did put mirrors on my Dodge service truck because traveling to model shows, I didn't want to worry about them breaking off.

When I'm not displaying it anymore, I may add a set to it.

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That's an awesome looking truck. Love all the detail you've done to it.

Where did you get the little phone antenna on the rear window from?

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Very nice build.

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Really, really nice. All the extra work you put into this thing really paid off. BTW, my compressor needs fixing, could you send a crew over?

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Thanks everyone for the nice comments.

Very nice job Mike! I like the extra details! B)

Where did you find the mirrors at?

I did put mirrors on my Dodge service truck because traveling to model shows, I didn't want to worry about them breaking off.

When I'm not displaying it anymore, I may add a set to it.

I made the mirror frames out of soldered brass rod, and the mirrors are from the F-350 kit. I wanted strength too, and the brass fit the bill.

-MJS

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That's an awesome looking truck. Love all the detail you've done to it.

Where did you get the little phone antenna on the rear window from?

I made the base from a few pieces of Evergreen styrene, and the antenna is a piece of trash bag twist tie wire wrapped around a small drill bit.

-MJS

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