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1926 Ford Model T, USFS supply truck

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AMT 1926 Model T 3 in 1 kit, done as a US Forest Service truck used to support fire crews.

Paint is Krylon Dark Hunter Green and Black, custom decals done by me. Supplies are a mix of scratchbuilt, and G scale model RR bits.

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that's really nice. i've always been too quick to toss the stock T parts!

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Nice to see a stock "T",decals are perfect,very nice lil' truck...

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Looks great!

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Super!!!!

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Awesome. Hey, where do you get G scale parts and such? Outside of doing semis me and my Dad want to build a G scale (1:24, 1:25) diorama and are looking for grain cars and such.

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That's a very cool subject-I always enjoy your USFS builds. Your decals look great too !-Chris

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Thanks, this was a fun one to do.

TJ I don't know much about where to get the rolling stock, but I got a lot of G scale bits and bobs from Ozark Miniatures.

http://www.ozarkminiatures.com/Scripts/default.asp

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Very nice!

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Beautiful build

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I love this version of the "T". Nicely done! All the stuff in the bed is a nice addition, that's a lot of what I like about trucks. Another nice one for the Forest Service Aaron.

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Beautiful! I love this kit and it looks great in its USFS finish!

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Very nice build as usual.

A.J.

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