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36 FORD HIBOY (REMEMBERING A FRIEND) - - FINISHED

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After putting this build aside for the better part of a month while I was working on my resin '58 Ford Fairlane build, I finally got back to this project. I solved the problem of things not seating right by grinding out a little bit of the firewall and cutting the grille/headlight assembly from the rest of the fender frame piece.

I'm glad to have finally finished this small build tribute to my departed friend, Dave Dickash, who left us back in 1994 due to cancer. He always wanted to build a '36 Ford HiBoy with a photo-etched grille.

This one's for you buddy...... I miss you...... a lot...!!!

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Thanks for looking in on this everyone.

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Looks great and a great tribute to a friend

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Excellent build, Richard. I'm sure your late friend would love it. What a great tribute!

Sam

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Rich thats a great tribute build, l really like satin black. Very sharp. you really do such good work on your builds.....

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It really looks good Richard. I always love all of your builds. It looks good in satin too.

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Very nice build, and a very nice gesture !!!

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Thanks very much everyone for all your kind words and encouragement. This was a fun and special build for me.

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Nice looking build Richard.

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This looks very old school! Must have been a very special friend! Thanks for sharing.

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Dave would have loved it Rich... fitting tribute to a hell of a guy....now a new flying brick...no????

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Thanks a bunch Ray, Grant and Tommy..... a new flying brick Tom...??? Wha da heck..??

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A lovely tribute.

Charlie Larkin

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Very nice Tribute.

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Nice concept!

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Really sharp looking ! Love the grille !

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Thanks a lot Charlie, James, Chris and Bob. Everyone's encouragement really means a lot.

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Very nice work Rich, and a nice tribute to a fallen mate! I think a laid back Duvall windshield would look perfect on one.

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Great built and nice tribute Richard

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very kool

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Oh man Richard.... this is one nice piece of work!!!! Your friend would be proud!!!!

Best Regards

Bill (Dutnov)

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Thank you John B., John H II, Bill I and Bill D. Yeah I think that Dave would like this one very much. I'm sure he's smiling on it.

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Super SUPER nice.... really cool !!! :):D

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