1950 Chev 3100 pickup

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After many years of doing other hobby projects, i have decided to get back into the model cars again.

i'm building it just as the kit (no aftermarket parts or kitbashing) to ease my way back in. lol.

Here is the Chassis thus far...

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lol. technology and me dont mix. stay tuned....

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http://www.facebook....79826200&type=1

I have added a link to my facebook page with pics on it. the pics dont seem to want to load. where do i see about getting a helping hand with this? lol

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Very relistic weathering,niceydone! Doesn't look like you lost anything while away from building,welcome back,my friend! :D

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thanks!

well, lets see how this goes...

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VICTORY!!!!!!!!

and now the other pics from the link.

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next will be the interior

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Looks great. You def got the weathering tech on lock!

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I love the weathering, it looks like you've got that down. Glad to see the photos loaded for you. Welcome back!

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Ya, looking good.

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Very convincing! The only thing I would be the tires.They look like new tires that are just weathered and not worn to match the weathering. Nice work so far :D

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Glad to see ya got the pic posting down. I too like your weathering .. not overdone and very realistic.

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Love the weathering.

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Excellent paint detail and weathring!

David G.

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The weathering is... oh that's been said already. Well, your skills are... uh.. no that's been covered too. Dang! What they said then!

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its looking great good job on the weathering

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here is the next stage - the cab interior

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enjoy

next step, the main cab and tray....

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Nice details mate, good job ;)

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Outstanding. You have taken a great kit and really made it stand out through your weathering. That's what modeling is all about.

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thanks heaps!

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Extraordinary! Your detail painting on the door trim is remarkable, and the weathering really tells a story. I'm looking forward to seeing more.

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Absolutely first class detailing and weathering, no area looks under- or overdone.

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This is your way of easing back in? Sheesh! :blink:

Top notch stuff here!!

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progress has slowed somewhat, as i am learning how to use my new airbrush. body undercoated, so main colour on next. pics hopefully soon.lol

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and here is the body with the main colour i it. first time using the airbrush, so lots of learning.

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looks good used hard and put a way wet

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