1929 ford roadster pick-up (monogram)

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Posted

hi ,

i finished my roadster pick-up today :)

this build was a rebuild , this was the first ever plastic kit i build and after a while i decided to rebuild it into something different and use it to try out some weathering on a model

boxart >

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what i made of it a while back (first even plastic kit)

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and the finished product :)

shot some pics outside >

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grts richard

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Posted

Looks Good !

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thnx :) well i wont be doing a all rust body anymore , in the end it would have looked nicer if it was like rust coming true worn paint .. but i had a ton of fun and well i did a full rust body now so thats that :)

it was also supposed to look like a on purpose rusted body instead of due to time and ....

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Posted

Looks cool.

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Posted

Sweet!

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Real nice man i would like one of those 29 ford kits thought about using the revell ratrod kit to start my version of bill kenzs odd rod even though its a 31 ford anyhow we ll see good work

Ryan

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Real nice man i would like one of those 29 ford kits thought about using the revell ratrod kit to start my version of bill kenzs odd rod even though its a 31 ford anyhow we ll see good work

Ryan

thnx and these fords are great you can really go any direction with them :)

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Posted

very cool..me likes it... B)

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Looks really good, very nice work...

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