Kurt Wilson`s: 23 T` Bucket new project 10/9/12

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Thanks, John, you explained it perfectly!

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John... fantastic work my friend. That paint work is top notch like always. you are always impressing me. This is beautiful.

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Loving it, John!! Awesome work!!

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I must Admit. I do not know who Kurt Wilson is. However he does have a pretty cool car, and is lucky to have John doing this replica. :D Excellent paint John, like always your work is standing out.

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Hello........thanks guys for the kind comments........I did some work on the interior.......the white is painted H.O.K. white and misted with H.O.K. snow white pearl........I added sticky back felt paper for carpeting and painted it "Folk Art" Blue Acrylic water based paint ....... I made a velvet backing for the back of the seat.......I mocked up the interior and bed for last fit and progress photos.......I will sand the body one more time and give a last clear coat.......thanks for looking.

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few more progress photos......thanks

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How did you do the steering wheel rim and rivets?

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Very impressive work !

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How did you do the steering wheel rim and rivets?

Hi Harry.........the steering rim is box stock ,I just painted it a wood grain look.......I used "Folk Art" brand acrylic water based paints ......white first,then I dry brushed light brown,then dark brown.......I hand drilled a couple of turns into the rim......all the way around the rim.......then I added "Pro Tech" .040 nut and bolt ends.......then misted a clear coat over the rim.......thanks

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Super job John. It looks amazing.

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John... man this is gorgeous. Beautiful work. Of course you know I am a big fan of your work. this is one awesome build!

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looks amazing John!!

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Another spectacular build John.

Great job as always.

Corey

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Ya know John, With a bit more more practice,You could one day,possibly build a model that looks like the real thing :P:lol:

As always,Absolutely Beautiful!!! I'm always amazed by your craftsmanship B) B)

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Great work as usual, John

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Hello.......thank you all very much for the kind comments.........I got the last clear coat on the body........I attached the firewall, windshield and glass and the dash.........I modified the drive shaft .......and ran the fuel line to the bed........the steering wheel is mocked-up for test fit.......I also opened the back of the seat a little more for a bigger piece of velvet backing.......and made some tail gate hinges........i will paint them Alclad.........thanks for looking.

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few more progress photos.

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and a few more thanks.

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You are the man. It looks great !!

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Excellent!

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sweet !

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I know Kurt is going to love this incredible build John!! super!!

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Hello.......thank you all for the kind comments.......I Googled Mexican blanket images........and sent them to my good Buddy Art Laski........I asked Art if he could print the images on sticky back computer paper......Well,I got them today and finished up the interior.......I also installed the gas tank and electric fuel pump........I got the license plate and tail light on too........thanks for looking.

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few more progress photos.

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and a few more ......thanks.

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