1990 Ford F350 Extended Crew Cab

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My first completed build for 2012! This truck has been a long work in progress and survived two moves and is finally finished! I started with 2 Revell-Ogram Ford F-Series Trucks. I combined them to make a replica of Centurian Custom Extended Crew Cabs of the early 1990's. It's painted DupliColor Blue and Silver Metallic. Enjoy!

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Nice job. You'd need a 3 acre parking lot to pull a u-turn in that baby! I like it.

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I love it. Turned out great Jason! B)

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That is one big truck. Nice job !

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Nice build!

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Thats a real mans limo. Lol

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Thanx guys! I love building 1 off vehicles. This won't be the last Centurian Custom replica creation. I plan in the future to do the 1987-91 Ford Bronco 4dr and research some more. Again thanx for the compliments.

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There's something you don't see every day. I like the color combo.

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Glad to finally see this beastie finished up and she looks good.

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Talk about a crew cab! Looks good.

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Great job!

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I like it!

-MJS

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Jason , That's a very nice looking truck . Must have been a lot of work to extend the cab like that !

I'm not very educated about trucks , so can you explain what the eight square things are across the front ?

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Excellent job

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Very cool! that truck is HUGE! nice color choice(s) and detail. excellent work on splicing the cabs together.

cheers

bryan

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Thanx Bryan. It took some time to get things right, but the outcome was well worth the headaches and trial and errors. Thanx to everyone who has commented either here or in the Workbench Section.

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