Econoline 4x4

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I finaly finished this one up

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high josh good idea...

but i think the tires have to much shine and you should add some weathering this van is made for dirt and mud :D

regards maik

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Josh that is a really cool build. Very sharp. love the color and it looks great unweathered

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yes!

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Josh, Real nice build! I like the color.

BTW, what paint/color is it painted?

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Model masters fathom green metallic

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Cool!

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nice work

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Interesting model of a vehicle that wasn't too often seen in it's day ....................

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Cool build.... Many of the 4x4 vans were used for mountain rescue/ambulance vehicles...always a rare sight.

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