1940 Ford pickup

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I finished this several months ago but couldn't post pics because it was a community build with FAST. I'm very happy that it took 2nd place in light commercial at the IPMS nationals in Orlando.

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Very nice. I really like the interior.

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Nice build Jim! B)

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Thanks, guys. I was having a hard time with the door hinges and finally decided to go suicide style instead.

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Hey Jim that is really very cool. That is a very troublesome kit and you really made something neat from it. I especially like the bed treatment.

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Thanks, Rob. The other FAST members versions are on our website - http://fast.cybrarygoddess.com/

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Very sharp build, very cool..

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Thank you, Carl.

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Nice. Cool interior.

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Thanks, Danno.

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u did an awesome job on ur 40....really like what u did with the hood.... B)

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Thanks, Neal. It was a fun build for FAST.

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Love it, love it. The interior is fantastic.

DJ

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Cool.

I don't know if I buy the "hood within a hood" idea but the bed treatment is pretty cool. B)

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Ditto what Harry said. Great model! The tunneled headlights are cool, and the color looks great!

Sam

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Thank you, fellas.

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Unique design, I love the imagination, Nice work Jim! I guess you can take a peek at the engine without opening the big heavy hood every time. ;) I love the interior design and the seats.

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Thanks, Ron. Appreciate it.

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Wow, Jim ! All the right custom touches & then some ! Love the "almost" flatbed & the peekaboo hood ! Did the seats come from the '39 Wagon Rod ? Pretty cool shop truck ! Bart

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Very cool!! I really dig the bed.

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Great job Jim... I love it.

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Thanks, fellas. Yes the seats are casted from the Wagon Rod.

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I like what you did there with the hood and bed, makes a nice hauler. Not to mention that real cool touch of the dice shifter. Clean lookin build Jim.

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I agree with everyone here , very nice build . Too many things to comment on so congrats on the win !

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Appreciate the comments, guys. Thanks.

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