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Well got started on her yesterday and had to get rid of those box lines.
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I'm thinking Tu-tone and weathered so if you have any ideas throw them out their and I might use them ???
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Looking good Walt. Depending on how far weathered you are planning, I could take some pics of my grandpa's '86 Chevy.

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Only suggestion I have right now Walt is fill in the cab corners at the bottom with a piece of styrene.

I haven't got to far into this so what are those for ?

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Walt,

I have a couple of those under construction and they build up nice. Those blocks you added and have circled on the instructions are for the lifted version of that truck. If you omit those blocks, you will have a stock height truck but if you are using the kit tires, those blocks are necessary.

Keep posting, maybe I will get motivated to finish mine!

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Ok well progress has been a little slow as I have been trying to learn how to use the rusting solution, but got the cab corners done and engine almost done
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Had to pin the exhaust so they would mate up better
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Tailgate is all fitted
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Well got a little more done, I got the grill all detailed and made new Alum. driveshafts
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MOD-PODGE in the lights for some depth
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Ooh, that Mod Podge looks good! My mom has as much Stamping Up and Mod Podge stuff as I have models; I'll have to try that!

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Well here is a quick update I got the chassiss all done the pinstrip on with a little cleanup to do and the dash all done in leather and wood inlay painted along with the seats and console and still working on the bucket.
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Almost forgot the master cylinder lines ran.
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