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1950 Chevy used tire hauler

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Hello out there,

My name's Mark, from Whittier CA. I enjoy building "light commercial" types of vehicles. This is the Ertyl 1950 Chevy pick up. It's basicly box stock, except for the cage which is made from Evergreen stock, as is the padlock on the chain. The seat is covered with masking tape and given the worn look. Weathering is a combination of washes, dry brushing, and chalks. I also build rc scale ship models, but always try to find time to build plastic car/truck models between boat projects.

Hope you like it,

Mark

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Posted · Report post

Hi Mark. Welcome to the Forum. Nice looking truck.

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Ram,

Thanks. Hope to post more models in the near future.

Mark

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Mark,

Welcome! The truck looks great and the weathering is perfect. Nice work!

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Posted · Report post

Great job.

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Thanks guys. i enjoy the painting/weathering process the most :).

Mark

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Great weathering!

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Gotta love old trucks! Very nice build.

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Thanks guys. It's great when someone says "that looks just like my uncle Bob's truck".

Mark

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Welcome!

Great weathering job and rack build.

If you're going to stay in the tire business you'll need to rick those tires to get a full load,lol

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Tom,

Thanks. Glad to be here.

Mark

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