'50 Ford Pick-up

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I built this to try out weathering.IMG_1664.jpgIMG_1665.jpgIMG_1667.jpgIMG_1670.jpgIMG_1671.jpgIMG_1673.jpg

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l like this a lot. Perfect shop truck.

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This is cool, I love new clean wheels on pa-tined bodies. I like the bed with the battery and fuel tank. I also like that intake a lot. Nice job on this one.

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Really cool build, everything looks just right

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For the first try of weathering? Looks perfect!

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Looks like your very good at weathering, very nice looking truck...Slusher

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Nice job. What did you use for the chassis upgrade?

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Nice job. What did you use for the chassis upgrade?

I used the suspension from the Revell '40 Willy's kit.

Thanks guys!

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Very cool!...weathering looks great B) B)

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Sweet build!

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The weathering is totally killer, wow! I love that a fully detailed chassis is hiding underneath and those Halibrand wheels look mean as hell.

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It's a sweet truck seen this at the derby city shoot out last year I liked it then and still like it now

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This build is nearly perfect. Just as good as the '29 Ford Rat Rod you posted. Excellent weathering and I too love the wheels and great frame. You nailed these 2 builds. Patrick

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It looks like the weathering worked. I like the style!

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It's a sweet truck seen this at the derby city shoot out last year I liked it then and still like it now

Thanks !

Glad you like it, Hope to go back this year!

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This build is nearly perfect. Just as good as the '29 Ford Rat Rod you posted. Excellent weathering and I too love the wheels and great frame. You nailed these 2 builds. Patrick

Thank you!

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Sorry guess I posted this in the wrong area!

Thank you everyone for the great comments.

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Wow It looks like a 1.1 I seen just recently . Great job.

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Wow It looks like a 1.1 I seen just recently . Great job.

Thanks Shane!

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old farm truck look

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Missed this somehow; glad it got bumped back up. That shot of the bed looks like the real thing. If this is your first try at weathering, your going to be giving Dr. Cranky wet dreams in no time.

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Fantastic job B)

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Hi Pat, Really like the 'Look' you created with the paint job!!! Congrats!

Randy

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old farm truck look

Barn fresh!

Missed this somehow; glad it got bumped back up. That shot of the bed looks like the real thing. If this is your first try at weathering, your going to be giving Dr. Cranky wet dreams in no time.

Thanks Johann!

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Fantastic job B)

Thanks Ray!

Hi Pat, Really like the 'Look' you created with the paint job!!! Congrats!

Randy

Thanks Randy!

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