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Chevrolet 1950 Pick-up

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Here is the finished model of the AMT Chevrolet Pickup. I decided to do a two tone after I saw one similar on the road. All the bright work is Alclad II, mostly polished aluminum or duraluminum. The green is Testors Citrus Green Metallic and the Yellow is Testors GM Daytona Yellow covered with Testors One Coat Clear.

Thanks for looking.

Robert

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Very nice build Robert. I like that you kept the 6-banger under the hood. Great color combo as well. I might have gone with a contrasting color for the interior, but that's just me.

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Great build, nice work

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Good looking truck . I like the super six !

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Nice color combination, looks great!

David G.

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looks like you made 7 up yours. :)

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Cool! "Lemon Twist"

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Thank you for the comments. I was thinking of replacing the bed with wood, similar to what Custom Mike has done in this thread, but i could not wait, so I finished it off with some Vallejo paints. I think i might do another one after i finish the 41 Chevy 3100 Truck but this time try my hands at some flames.

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cool

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