64 Chevy c/10.... The Great Pumpkin....

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Hey fellas, this is an old build... about 4 years old I scrach built the tubs and the cowl hood scoop from styrene, the engine is from the prostreet 67 Chevelle, and the tires and wheels from a die cast car.. thanks for looking and comments welcome..

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nice and clean. the way i like em.

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Attaboy Tyrone! Wheels are a little big for my taste, but it really does work on this truck, lowered that much with that stance. Pretty truck!

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Thanks Andy and Bart,,,,

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Good looking SHINY :) :) :) truck.

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great truck. can you imagine something like this roaring up behind you on the highway. :o

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Looks Great!

My first truck was a 64 Chevy long bed....

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i like it. it got txs stlye big wheels and high horse power and slamed to gound. :wub:

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Like it alot. If it were real it would scare all the woman and children. Looken good.

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Awesome love them old chevy's

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Sweet truck.

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love it bro, pimp status right here

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Nice job! Not a fan of those huge wheels on older vehicles either but that doesn't take away from the excellent job you did building this model! Got any pics of the underside?

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